This is a wax plant (Hoya carnosa) which is native to Asia and Australia. They are also knows as: waxvine, wax vine, waxflower, wax flower, porcelain flower, porcelainflower, or hoya.

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This is a wax plant (Hoya carnosa) which is native to Asia and Australia.  They are also knows as: waxvine, wax vine, waxflower, wax flower, porcelain flower, porcelainflower, or hoya.

By Bonnie L. Grant Wax plants make terrific houseplants. These easy care plants have few special needs but they do like to be fed. Hoya growth will take off if you have a regular feeding schedule. There are two schools of thought on when to stop fertilizing a wax plant, but almost everyone agrees they need supplemental food during the growing season. Find out when to fertilize wax plants and enjoy these indoor beauties for years. When to Fertilize Wax Plants Hoyas most likely originated in India. There are at least 100 species, many of which produce marvelous bloom clusters. Most growers find them to be unfussy little plants that simply need average light, warm interior temperatures and regular water. The best performance can be achieved with a regular feeding program. This will fuel growth, enhance health and increase the chances of some of the beautiful blooms. Hoya fertilization can

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