Common Name: Wax Plant, Wax Vine
Botanical Name: Hoya rangsan
Live your life in a ‘spots-tacular’ way with the Hoya rangsan! This wax vine is sure to bring the dot-drama you need with its spots-on-spots pattern, all while being seriously easy-peasy to take care of. Just give it some bright indirect light, minimal water, and a little soil with good drainage, and you’ll be living high on the vine in no time!
Hoya rangsan plants like heaps of bright, indirect sunlight and will be right at home if they can make contact for at least 6 to 8 hours each day (indirect contact, that is!). This plant should not be exposed to direct sunlight, as it can lead to leaf burn.
Water your Hoya rangsan every 1 to 2 weeks during the spring and summer. In the fall and winter months, you can reduce how often you are watering this plant. During this time, you can water it every 2 to 4 weeks.
Hoya rangsan prefer a well-draining potting mix that lets extra water to flow out away from the roots. The mix can include a combination of peat moss, perlite, orchid bark, and pumice. Aim for a pH level range of 6.0 to 7.0. You should repot your plant every 1 to 2 years, or when you notice it becoming root bound.
Your Hoya rangsan plant loves a warm environment. This plant will thrive most in temperatures between 65-80℉ and should be kept away from drafty windows and doorways during the colder months.
For your Hoya rangsan, aim for a humidity level of around 50% to 60% (or even higher). This plant loves humid environments! To increase humidity levels, you can group plants together, use a humidifier, provide a pebble tray, or regularly mist! Additionally, you should avoid your plant near any drafty areas, as it can cause the air to dry out and reduce humidity levels for your plant.
A Hoya rangsan should be fertilized every 4 to 6 weeks during the spring and summer. In the colder months, you can reduce or even pause on fertilizing your plant. We suggest that you use a balanced liquid fertilizer with the equal ratio of exactly 10-10-10 or 20-20-20. Avoid getting the fertilizer on the leaves, as it can cause leaf burn!
Hoya rangsan plants can reach a mature height of around 12 to 24 inches (30 to 60 cm) or more. Keep in mind, when grown indoors, the height of this plant will be limited by the size of the pot it is in.
Pet Friend or Foe
Hoya rangsan is considered non-toxic to pets! Friend!
- Your Hoya rangsan should never be overwatered, as it can lead to root rot.
- Fertilize this plant every 4 to 6 weeks during the spring and summer. In the fall and winter, reduce or pause fertilizing this plant.
- Propagate this plant through stem cuttings!
- Avoid exposing your plant to intense afternoon sun, as it can burn its leaves.