When do I trim hoyo plant.

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  • FL FL on Dec 19, 2017
    "Hoya plants (Hoya carnosa) are also commonly known as wax plants because their leaves and flowers look like they are carved from wax. While they can be grown outdoors in USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11 (meaning they can stand temperatures that dip down to 20 degrees Fahrenheit, or -3.9 degrees Celsius), [1] they are most commonly grown indoors. This species is one of the easiest flowering houseplants to grow successfully. Their long, trailing stems can be trained to grow up a small trellis or the plant can be grown in a hanging container with the long stems dangling down. [2] When Hoya plants get big enough, they will produce round umbels or clusters of star-shaped flowers." Read more here: https://www.wikihow.com/Care-for-a-Hoya-Plant

  • DORLIS DORLIS on Dec 20, 2017
    You can trim them any time, just DO NOT cut off the spent flower stems, new flowers will form on these. When mine get too long, I cut them back, let the pieces heal over, dip them in cinnamon and plant them in damp, not wet soil or they will rot. Then you will have new plants to keep or give to others.