ATTN: Hoya heads! The retusa has landed! As rare as they are bizarre, these "grass-leafed" weirdos are essential for any Hoya collection.
An understated vining plant at first glance, what the Hoya family is really known for are their baseball-sized clusters of velvety, fragrant blooms. Super low-maintenance but high reward, Hoyas are sought-after by experienced collectors and novices alike.
They want plenty of bright light, and can handle a bit of direct morning sun- an eastern exposure is ideal. The more light you give them, the more likely they are to flower. Let the soil dry out almost completely between waterings. Give these guys something to climb on and they go nuts!