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Krimson Queen Hoya, displaying splashes of cream and pink that make it so sought-after. The waxy leaves of these plants have given them the common name Wax Plant and Wax Flower. Thanks to the sweet nectar-producing blooms, they are also known as Honey Plants.
Hoya Krimson Queen loves bright, indirect sunlight and will be right at home if they can make contact for at least 6 hours each day. Hoyas can tolerate medium light, but they’ll become weak and leggy and produce fewer leaves in lower light. To encourage your hoyas to bloom, ensure they are close to an east, or north-facing window or set back a few feet from a south or west-facing window.
Let your Hoya carnosa Krimson Queen dry out between watering. Soak the soil thoroughly until the water drains out of the drainage holes. You’ll need to water more when they’re receiving more light, so adjust accordingly.
Nutrient-rich, loose soils are perfect mixtures for Hoya Krimson Queen! If your soil is retaining too much water, then replant into potting soil that is amended with cactus soil, perlite, wood chips, or coarse sand to help increase drainage! Learn how to create your own universal soil mixture for all of your indoor plants!
The Hoya carnosa Krimson Queen loves warm environments that range from 65-85℉ - and should be kept away from drafty windows and doorways during the colder months.
Although Hoya Krimson Queen can handle most household humidity levels, it will grow more rapidly when the humidity is higher than 60%. Do what you can to increase the humidity for these tropical indoor plants. Try adding pebble trays filled with water under your hoya, group plants together, or use a cool mist humidifier.