Hoya caudata Sumatra
Hoya Caudata or Hoya Caudata ‘Sumatra’ is a vining epiphyte-belonging to the Apocynaceae dogbane family.
It is native to southern Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore, Sumatra, and Borneo, where it usually grows on rocks and stream beds.
This hoya is a tropical and terrestrial plant that uses other plants and trees to grow long and spread.
The Caudata prefers in-direct sunlight where the temperature ranges between 15 to 35 degrees Celsius and loves well-draining soil. Hoya Caudata prefers high humidity, but it can tolerate low moisture for a limited time.
Light - Bright indirect
Soil - moist well draining
Water- weekly letting soil dry in between
Humidity- 60% or higher