Hoya Carnosa 'Chelsea'

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  • 4" Pot
  • 6" Pot


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Meet Chelsea, a delightful variety of Hoya carnosa, also known as Porcelain Flower or Wax Plant. This commonly grown houseplant features long, slender vines adorned with waxy, deep green, leathery leaves. The leaves may showcase silver or creamy white flecks, adding to its allure. To enhance its density, artfully wrap the sparsely leaved stems around a bamboo trellis, securing them with florist tape or nylon stocking strips. Chelsea thrives in bright indirect light throughout the year, with the soil allowed to dry between waterings. This charming plant loves high humidity and appreciates a misting for its foliage. Its star-shaped flowers, arranged in parachute-shaped clusters, emit a sweet fragrance and may produce a sticky sap.

Plant Care:

  • Light Requirements: Flourishes in bright indirect light.
  • Soil Requirements: Well-draining soil is recommended.
  • Temperature Range: Prefers temperatures between 60-80°F (15-27°C).
  • Humidity: Enjoys high humidity levels.
  • Growth Pattern: Vining with waxy, leathery leaves.

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