Native to the Himalayan region, like H. linearis, this is a cool-growing species that cannot endure hot temperatures very well. Diminutive pubescent (fuzzy) leaves and fluffy, star-shaped flowers colored a sickly green. Notoriously hard to flower.
Hoya serpens enjoys bright indirect light to brief partial/dappled direct sun exposure, a chunky, well-draining potting mix, and cannot tolerate high temperatures. Temperatures would ideally remain under 75 degrees, and humidity remaining over 50%. Likes to dry in-between waterings.
May not ever need to be repotted. If you repot we recommend that you never go above 6".
*Our stock changes daily. We have several of these plants for sale, meaning you likely won't receive the plant pictured.*