What is the best way to root a hoya plant cutting?

I have a lot of hoya cuttings sitting in water. Will they root or should I put them in soil?

  3 answers
  • Jan Jan on Jan 06, 2018
    Be patient. They will root but very slowly - maybe a month or more before you could plant in soil. I have cut off the growth shoots that occur without any leaves on them into 6 to 8 inch pieces and placed them in a glass of water with the end closest to the plant into the water first. They will eventually get roots and leaves. But the secret is to be patient. I love this plant as it is indestructible.

  • Patricia Patricia on Jan 08, 2018
    I have had my Hoya cuttings in water for a year now. We were moving and I was otherwise busy so they had to wait. They all have long healthy roots which will get planted in time for our "Monsoon Madness" in Prescott AZ this July. My mother plant won a Blue Ribbon last year at the Yavapai County Fair.

  • Dianne Dianne on Jan 13, 2018
    Thank you Jan and Patricia. I will be patient. Love the scent of the Hoya!