HOYA CARNOSA COMPACTA (HINDU ROPE)
Hindu rope plant is common names for Hoya carnosa compacta . Its draping vines resemble thick ropes with their crowded, contorted leaves. The clusters of small star-shaped flowers are also often waxy. And they are so delightfully perfect, they appear to be made of porcelain.
With minimal effort, you can enjoy the Hindu rope plant’s remarkable foliage for many, many years – even decades! And with just a little patience and added attention, you will be treated to its exquisite flower clusters.
5 inch plant
Hoya family loves being root bound. Use a small sized pot that keeps the roots tightly packed; Drainage holes are a must.
Although this plant will survive in low light conditions, bright indirect sunlight is best. Higher humidity than average household levels.
Water when the soil is almost dry during growth phase, infrequently during winter. Feed monthly with diluted water-soluble fertilizer only in spring and summer