light: bright indirect light(as high light as possible without being direct light)
water: allow soil to completely dry out, then water heavily allowing for drainage
Hoya carnosa chelsea is an absolute sweetheart of a hoya with her 🍑- shaped leaves. She has long slender vines covered with deep green leathery leaves sometimes flecked with silver or creamy white, usually depending on how much sun she gets. Bright indirect light year-round is ideal, and the higher the light without being direct light- the better. Allow the soil to dry out completely between waterings and then water heavily allowing for drainage. She loves high humidity and the foliage appreciates misting. The flowers are star-shaped, in parachute-shaped clusters, with a sweet fragrance and may produce a sticky sap. The sweetest.