Hoya Sigillatis is a fairly new variety in the market, becoming a fan favorite quickly due to the beautiful splashy effect seen on its leaves. Like most Hoyas, this variety produces small bundles of scented flowers once or twice a year. This specific variety is known for its flowers being a stunning, peachy color.
It can tolerate some morning or evening light but avoid hot midday sun, or the leaves will yellow and scorch.
We recommend keeping your Hoya's on the drier side, so an infrequent watering schedule is ideal. When soil is completely dry, water thoroughly, allowing excess to drain completely. Waterlogged soil will lead to brown or black mushy leaves. Never let the plant's roots or leaves sit in standing water to help your Hoya thrive and grow!