Hoya Carnosa Krimson Queen


The Hoya Carnosa Krimson Queen has beautiful white-framed green leaves. Like other Hoyas, the leaves are firm and waxy. In the summer this hoya gets beautiful pink flowers that also smell wonderful!

Between 17 and 25 degrees Celsius.

Indirect sunlight.

Water once a week.

Re-pot every 12 months.


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SUSTEE Moisture Meter is here to help you with your watering routine! A change in color tells you the right time to water your plant. Just stick it in the soil and leave it in the pot. No batteries needed!

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Are you a fan of Hoya? Then this Hoya Krimson Queen should definitely be part of your collection! The Hoya Krimson Queen is a sturdy hanging plant with beautiful colors in the leaves. The leaf is, just like with other Hoya varieties, thick and waxy. You nor also understand the nickname ‘wax plant’.

The Hoya Krimson Queen is originally found in Asia, Australia and the Pacific. A warm spot is therefore recommended for this plant. For example, do you have a spot by a west facing window? There you can put or hang this Hoya perfectly! The plant also likes a slightly moist soil, but pay attention that no water remains in the pot. You can also give the plant a spray once in a while, but it can happen that some limescale remains on the leaves.

Are you looking for an easy and colorful plant? Then this plant is definitely a good addition to your interior!

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Weight500 g

Medium, Large

Reviews (1)

1 review for Hoya Carnosa Krimson Queen

  1. watty.vicky

    Beautiful plant, super healthy!

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