The Hoya Pachyclada appearance resembles a succulent plant, due to its thick leaves, stems and peduncles. When this hoya is growing in full sun, its leafy green colour is much lighter with a tint of red edges. Hoya Plachyclada is native to Thailand and it has a very slow growth rate.
LIGHT | Full sun to partial shade
COLD TOLERANCE | 14 ºC
WATER | Water moderately when soil is dry
SOIL PH | Unknown
SOIL TYPE | 50% potting 50% non organic material (pumice, perlite, or orchid barks). FERTILIZER | Fish emulsion, kelp solution, worm casting, shrimp compost.
PROPAGATION METHODS | Stem cuttings
HUMIDITY LEVEL | Medium
ACTIVE SEASON | Summer
INSTRUCTIONS FOR ROOTING CUTTINGS
There are many ways to root the cuttings and here are a few methods: in water, in soil, or in vermiculite. You can root the cuttings in water first and than pot them up in soil when their roots emerge. When rooting in soil or vermiculite, insert the cuttings into the medium (1" - 2" deep). Keep medium moist. Roots should form within two weeks.