Hoyas that bloomed for me

Hoya buotii, hoya lockii, hoya fitchii, hoya amicabilis, and hoya brevialata

Let me share my joy and pretty blooms with you! 🙂 Here are the hoyas that have flowered for me so far:

Visit this article to find some bloom comparison photos, so you can better imagine their sizes.

Hoya amicabilis

Hoya bella

Hoya bella ‘Anneke Buis’

Hoya bella ‘Lida Buis’

Hoya cv. ‘Belladonna’

Hoya brevialata

Hoya buotii

Hoya burmanica

Hoya sp. aff. burtoniae

Hoya callistophylla (short leaf)

Hoya campanulata

Hoya caudata ‘Sumatra’

Hoya sp. ‘Chicken farm’

Hoya compacta

Hoya elliptica

Hoya erythrina GPS10143

Hoya finlaysonii

Hoya fitchii

Hoya flagellata

Hoya fungii

Hoya sp. Gunung Gading

Hoya hanhiae (pink)

Hoya heuschkeliana variegated

Hoya cv. ‘Jennifer’

Hoya kaikoeana (sp. Dahlia)

Hoya kanyakumariana

Hoya lacunosa

Hoya lacunosa at the bottom & hoya lacunosa ‘Poonsak’ at the top

Hoya lacunosa ‘Poonsak’

Hoya lacunosa ‘Royal flush’

Hoya lacunosa (splash)

Hoya lacunosa ‘snow caps select’

Hoya aff. lambii

Hoya sp. Limbang

Hoya lockii

Hoya mappigera (pink corona)

Hoya manipurensis

Hoya cv. ‘Mathilde’

Hoya memoria

Hoya multiflora (outer variegated)

Hoya ‘New hybrid I’

Hoya nicholsoniae (former hoya chuniana PNG6)

Hoya nicholsoniae var. nicholsoniae

Hoya pachyclada (red corona)

Hoya parasitica ‘Lao’

Hoya paulshirleyi

Hoya sp. Philippines GPS3092

Hoya phuwuaensis

Hoya polyneura

Hoya ranauensis

Hoya rangsan

Hoya retusa

Hoya sammannaniana

Hoya soidaoensis

Hoya sulawesiana

Hoya shepherdii

Hoya cv. ‘sunrise’

Hoya sp. Tanggamus

Hoya vaccinioides

Hoya cv. ‘Viola’

Hoya vitellina

Hoya vitellinoides

Hoya wallichii

Hoya walliniana

Hoya wayetii

Hoya wayetii (variegated)

See photos of different hoyas side by side >>>


  1. Becky L. says:

    Hi – just wondering if you have any general rules you have incorporated for different care between thick and thin leafed Hoyas?


    1. hoyalover says:

      Hey Becky! No, not really, I take care of them all in the same way. Just for the rooting of cuttings, I like to root thin-leafed ones in the water, while I root the rest of them directly in the substrate.


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