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4" Hoya DS-70 variegated hanging basket


 Bright indirect light

 Allow soil to dry almost completely

 Pet friendly


This plant is currently out of stock.

Hoya DS-70 variegated has thick, succulent, oval shaped leaves.  This type has colorfully variegated leaves which makes them a true show stopper.

Hoya DS-70 variegated care:

This plant enjoys a well draining soil that is rich in organic matter.  Allow the soil to dry out almost completely before watering, taking care to not allow it to sit in excess water.  Provide your new Hoya plant with plenty of bright indirect light.

General Hoya care instructions:

Beginner Guide To Hoya Care

Additional information:

Hoya, commonly referred to as "Wax Plant" is a genus consisting of over 500 species.

Hoyas are widely cultivated for their aromatic blooms and unique foliage.

They are native to tropical and subtropical areas all around the world. They can be found in Latin America, Asia, Australia, etc.

Mostly epiphytic, you'll find Hoyas love to climb trees in their natural habitats.

Hoyas have a large range of foliage shapes and textures. They can be found with elongated, deeply veined leaves to thin, narrow leaves and everything in between.

Most Hoya plants can be considered easy to care for, in fact, we've compiled a list of the Top 7 Easy To Care For Hoyas.

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
Megan Mayo
Healthy and full

Beautiful, healthy Hoya
Well packaged and quickly delivered

David Silverman
Hoya DS 70

Extra care in shipping. Thanks for your excellent plants. David

Lidia Oliver

Stunnnnnnning hoya. Healthy and thriving already.

Radhika Gollapudy
Beautiful plant

It was wish list plant of mine . I am an returning customer as their customer service is great and plants are really well cared for and really healthy

Tam S.
Healthy Hoyas

My Hoya DS-70 Var. arrived absolutely stunning and healthy.

I will definitely be ordering more Hoya from Canopy in the future!