Hoya Heart Succulent


Spruce up your workspace, tabletop, or windowsill with a stunning succulent Hoya Heart (or two!). This leafy gem is a breeze to care for and can thrive for years. Even if you occasionally forget to water it, no worries! It's a forgiving plant. Plus, since it remains a single leaf and doesn't grow larger, you can forget about the hassle of pruning or repotting. We'll deliver your Hoya Heart fresh from our farm right to your doorstep, and the price includes shipping, handling, and even a heat pack if needed.

  • Very low maintenance
  • Perfect for jet-setters, college students, and green thumbs just starting out
  • Typically stays just a few inches tall and wide

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: Not Thirsty

This plant can go several weeks without water. Only water it when the soil dries out completely and be careful not to over-water.

Quick Tips

Give your Hoya Heart bright indirect light to keep it happiest. 

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Grow your indoor oasis with confidence! Costa Farms plants come with 3 months of free AI plant care. You'll receive ongoing Hoya Heart Succulent | 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
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Plant Bio

Hoya kerrii

Fun fact: Hoya heart is actually a rooted leaf of a vining Hoya variety. Most Hoya Hearts remain a single leaf, but a few may grow a new vine. In this case, you may see a new sprout start to poke up and out of the soil.

In either case, Hoya Heart does best in medium to bright light. It has low water needs, so you can treat it like a succulent, watering once every few weeks or as the potting mix starts to dry out. Hoya Heart doesn’t need high humidity or other special conditions—you can enjoy it in practically any bright spot and it thrives alongside cacti and succulents like Echeveria, Haworthia, and Kalanchoe.

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.

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