You will sometimes hear these plants called “lucky-hearts”, not so cleverly describing their waxy green, sometimes variegated, heart shaped leaves. If you’re an impatient plant parent, be forewarned that these sweet plants are slow growing and will vine up eventually but they will not give you their sweet smelling flowers until they are mature. The bold interesting flowers are 100% worth the wait and will actually change scent throughout the life of the plant. They do well in medium to bright light but will grow faster and are more likely to flower in brighter environments. They can even tolerate some hours of direct light. You won’t have to remember to water them more than once a month. Allow them to dry out between waterings, even letting their skin wrinkle just a bit. They don’t require much fertilizer but you can feed them once a month in their growing months. Find the perfect spot for your Sweetheart Hoya Kerii and enjoy It’s gentle presence in your space.
Plant and Pottery Size Guide
*This is the size of the diameter for the plant and we recommend ordering one size larger for your pottery.