The Hoya Rope Plant goes by many names. No matter what you decide to call it, the cascading nature of its vines and tightly curled leaves make for a very intriguing plant.
Its unique features and slow-growing nature require an expert level of patience. The Hoya carnosa ‘Compacta' demands a routine with little deviation, if not your new growth might wither away. However, if you can appease your plant they will produce a beautiful bright pink star-shaped flower!
Grow Pot Size: 3”, 4”, and 6”
Overall Height Including Grow Pot: 4-9” depending on grow pot size.
Plant Care Level: Medium
If you can appease your plant they will produce a beautiful bright pink star-shaped flower!
Hoya ‘Rope’ Care Tips
Other Common Names: Porcelain Flower, Wax Plant
Binomial Name: Hoya carnosa ‘Compacta'
Care Level: Medium
Light: Bright indirect to filtered bright light
Water: Allow soil to dry completely
Pet Friendly: Yes
The Hoya ‘Rope’ Story
Where is it from?
The Hoya is from Asia, Australia
Who is the Hoya ‘Rope’?
The Hoya ‘Rope’ goes by many names such as Krinkle Kurl, Hindu Rope, etc. The unique twists and twirls of the Hoya Rope Plant are what make it so unique and highly sought after.
Good For You!
Sleep? We love Hoyas in the bedroom! With their long vining habit, it creates the perfect relaxing mood.
Breath? The Hoya plant is air-purifying.
Is the Hoya ‘Rope’ the right plant for me?
The Hoya ‘Rope’ needs a bit more love than other plants. Due to its unique nature and ability to stay so small and compact, the watering schedule and consistency is the hardest part of caring for this plant. Place your plant in a location with bright, indirect light or filtered sunlight - this will solve your watering issues and prevent any problems along the way.
Pet Friendly: Yes, the Hoya is pet-friendly.
Location Suggestions: Hoya plants look great in hanging baskets or on shelves.