Hoya House Plants?

Answer Ideal for the home, the hoya is a drought-tolerant, low-maintenance house plant. Classified as a tropical plant, the hoya originates from Australia, southern Asia and Polynesia. An epiphyte, hoya ... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Hoya House Plants

Can hoya plants go outside?

The hoya plant is a woody evergreen vine that is sensitive to cold temperatures below 40 degrees F. The plant is commonly grown indoors as a houseplant but can be placed outdoors in USDA growing zo... Read More »

Are hoya plants poisonous?

Hoya plants, also called wax plants, are common houseplants that are considered to be nontoxic, according to the University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension. As a general rule, all plants and plan... Read More »

How to Make Hoya Plants Flower?

Hoya plants, also known as wax plants or porcelain flowers, are a member of the succulent family. The hoya plant has average light requirements and prefers warm soil, making it an easy care housepl... Read More »

Can guinea pigs eat house plants and what house plants can they eat?

You have to be very careful feeding plants to guinea pigs as many are poisonous. Here is a short list of what is safe to feed them: Dandelion leaves,grasscolt's footmeadow horsetailchickweedyarrow... Read More »