Hoya Mix


Hoya, also called Wax Plants, are super-popular, easy-care houseplants loved for their easy-care nature and clusters of attractive (usually fragrant) star-shaped flowers. This mix is considered grower’s choice, so you’ll receive whichever variety is looking best at the time of your order. Our mix currently includes: Hoya macropylla ‘Variegata’, Hoya carnosa ‘Rubra’ (Krimson Princess), Hoya carnosa ‘Variegata’ (Krimson Queen), Hoya pubicalyx, and Hoya crassipetiolata. Your low-maintenance houseplant Hoya will be delivered fresh from our farm direct to your doorstep. Shipping, handling, and a heat pack (if needed) is included in the price.

  • Low water needs make Hoya plants perfect for beginners
  • These flowering houseplants produce beautiful, fragrant blossoms.
  • Slow-growing plants can trail more than 24 inches long.

Light Level: Indirect Sunlight

This plant needs to live in a room with at least some natural light. Place it on a table or countertop with windows nearby.

Water Level: Thirsty

This plant can only go 1-2 weeks without water so check on it weekly and add water every time the top two inches of soil dry out.

Quick Tips

Avoid overwatering. It is susceptible to root rot if it stays too wet, especially in low-light conditions. 

AI Assistant

Grow your indoor oasis with confidence! Costa Farms plants come with 3 months of free AI plant care. You'll receive ongoing Hoya Mix | small care, plant health tips, and help from a community of other customers that will ensure your new plant thrives in ¡ts new home.

You'll also have access to our team of experts for ongoing plant care support. Even beginners can master plant parenthood with Costa Farms.

Size Guide
small hoya variety in a two tone cream and white ceramic pot, being cared for and watered by someone in their brightly lit living room

Plant Bio

Hoya spp.

Hoya is a plant family native to areas of Southeast Asia and Australia. They’ve become trendy houseplants due to their easy-care nature and clusters of thick, waxy flowers which are often fragrant. Most Hoya species climb or trail and are often displayed in hanging baskets or on trellises.

To keep these flowering houseplants happiest, grows them in medium to bright indoor light. Ideally, keep your Hoya within 3 to 4 feet of an unobstructed east- or west-facing window (or the equivalent if you grow under artificial lights). Water as the top quarter to half of the potting mix dries to the touch. Take care not to overwater your Hoya. Many species are epiphytes, meaning in their native habitats, they don’t grow in soil (but rather on trees or other supports). As such, they don’t like wet feet. Average household temperatures and humidity levels are just fine for this low-maintenance plant.

Note: This plant may have some natural degree of toxicity and may cause discomfort or illness if ingested. Additionally, exposure to the sap of this plant may cause discomfort to individuals with a sensitivity to it upon contact. Grown for ornamental purposes and not intended for human or animal consumption.

small hoya variety in a two tone cream and white ceramic pot, being cared for and watered by someone in their brightly lit living room

In Real Life


Scroll to see more

Recently Viewed

Scroll to see more


Insider Rewards
Insider Rewards

New commercially rare plants before anyone else.