Hoya kerrii - Sweetheart Hoya
Hoya kerrii has perfectly heart-shaped bright green leaves that emerge on vining stems. Aptly nicknamed the Sweetheart Hoya or Heart-leaf Hoya, this slow grower is most commonly sold only as a single rooted leaf around Valentine's Day. We're fortunate enough to have more mature specimens, some already putting out long tendrils from woody bases. Like all Hoyas (aka wax plants), clusters of star-shaped flowers will eventually emerge along the stems. Happy to climb up a trellis or cascade over the sides of its pot, Hoya kerrii is one of those must-have plants for any collector.
• Light: Perfect for bright, indirect light
• Water: Drought tolerant. Water when the top 2" of soil feels dry to the touch
• Considerations: Use a well-draining soil, and select a planter with drainage. Hoya kerrii is a bit more sensitive to col than other Hoyas. Pet friendly!
WHAT TO EXPECT
You'll get a healthy Hoya kerrii that meets our rigorous quality standards in your choice of a 4" or 6" nursery pot. No two plants are alike, and yours will have its own unique shape, size and personality; expect this natural variation from the photos. The plant featured in the product photography is a 6" specimen.
Our plants include detailed care instructions as well as our Houseplant Best Practices guide, with information on how to repot, seasonal care and more!
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Healthy and starts to vine at a reasonable price. Thank you once again for this beautiful plant!
It is so nice to know you can trust the nursery you have chosen to buy from and ship your beautiful plants. Not one leaf was disturbed on this plant and what a beautiful full plant. Thank you
I was nervous to purchase this because in the past, the best I’ve gotten was an unrooted leaf that’s stuck in soil and never does anything. A mature Hoya kerrii is not easy to come by so I feel really lucky. The plant I received from here was well rooted and has multiple branches and healthy leaves. I transferred it into leca balls for semi hydroponics as soon as I received it and it has been doing really well. I’ve had the plant since early June 2020 and in the 3 months that I’ve had it, I haven’t seen any new leaf growth yet. But the roots are nice and healthy.