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Proven Winners Leafjoy Littles Sea Stones™ Wax Vine Hoya burtoniae

Proven Winners Leafjoy Littles Sea Stones™ Wax Vine Hoya burtoniae

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Here’s a Hoya with variegation that is hard not to love!  ‘Sea Stones’ will mesmerize you with its trusses of smooth, succulent leaves, ranging from yellow to green to even pink–if the light is just right! Like most variegated plants, ‘Sea Stones’ will have the most pronounced variegation in bright, indirect sunlight. On the rare occasion your ‘Sea Stones’ decides to bloom, it will send out clusters of dark pink, waxy flowers. When the flowers are spent, leave the spurs or peduncles in place, as this variety of hoya can rebloom on old peduncles. 

Adaptable As Houseplant
Foliage Interest
Harmful To: 


Plant Type: 
Height Category: 
 12 - 24 Inches 30cm - 61cm
Foliage Colors: 
Foliage Shade: 
 Emerald Green
Container Role: 


Light Requirement: 

Low - No direct sun, not near a window. Medium - Medium bright indirect light in the AM or PM, typically from an east or west window. High - Bright direct or indirect light for much of the day, typically from a south window.

Maintenance Category: 
Preferred Temperature: 
 60 - 85 °F
Water Category: 
Humidity Preference: 
Container Soil Type: 
 Indoor Potting Mix
Needs Good Drainage
 Bright Spaces


 Epiphyte (a plant that attaches itself to another plant for support)

 Humid Spaces
Uses Notes: 

Not for human or animal consumption.

Maintenance Notes: 
  • For optimal performance, keep your Hoya at 60-85°F (15-29°C). 
  • Hoyas perform best in bright, indirect light or filtered sunlight. They will tolerate lower light conditions, but will not grow as vigorously or show their colors as vibrantly. Some early morning or late evening sunlight may be tolerated and cause some sought-after “blushing” to appear, but monitor your Hoya for leaf burning if it is in direct sun. 
  • Hoyas are generally adaptable to ambient household humidity, but they do appreciate higher humidity. You can help get humidity above 60% by using a humidifier, misting your Hoya, or keeping it on a pebble tray. 
  • Hoyas prefer to dry out in between waterings. As such, water your Hoya thoroughly when the top 1-2 inches of soil feels dry. They can tolerate periods of drought, and overwatering them will cause more harm than underwatering.
  • Feed your Hoya once per month at half strength when it is actively growing. Reduce frequency of fertilization in the winter months. If no new leaves are growing, it does not need to be fertilized.
  • Protect furniture when watering & fertilizing.
  • When repotting your Hoya, use a chunky all-purpose potting mix, with additional orchid bark and perlite added, to ensure your Hoya has good drainage and plenty of nutrients.
  • Hoyas are vines, capable of trailing or climbing. If you’d like it to climb, provide it with structure, such as a moss pole, trellis, stakes, or other structure.
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