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The Hoya plant is a succulent perennial plant and the plant is also called wax plants, porcelain flowers, or honey plants. The Hoya plant is an Asian native plant that is related to milkweeds with fragrant, low-maintenance tropical flowers that grow in a ball-shaped cluster. The Hoya succulent plant produces woody stems with waxy leaves, which remain evergreen. Hoya succulent plant can be train as a vine, or you can allow it to trail over the side of the container. Either way, expects the full length or height of the plant to be two to four feet. Are hoyas easy to grow? The Hoya succulent plants require bright, indirect sunlight for up to 6 hours daily, moderately moist, well-draining soil that should dry out between waterings, humidity, or regular misting, and a well-balanced fertilizer monthly. To learn how to grow Hoya Plant visit is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to