A Climber's Dream

Meet the Hoya Pubicalyx, a plant that's as fun to grow as it is to say! This charming climber is a show-stopper in any garden, with its striking verdant leaves and spectacular coral pink flowers. And did we mention it's drought-resistant? Talk about a tough cookie!

Hoya pubicalyx

Partial Shade

Specific light requirements are not available.

Very Low Water Needs

Thrives in dry conditions (once every two weeks), rarely needs watering.

Prefers Loamy or Sandy Soils

Best in loamy or sandy soils. Rocky soil may pose moderate challenges.

Moderately Adaptable Soil pH

Can thrive in acidic to neutral pH ranges.

Safe For Humans

No known toxic effects.

Low Safety Risks For Pets

This plant has minimal safety concerns for pets.


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About Hoya pubicalyx

The Hoya Pubicalyx stands tall at a height of 6-10 feet and spreads out to a width of 3-6 feet. Its leaves are a vibrant green, providing a striking contrast to its sweet-smelling, spectacular coral pink flowers that bloom in the early to peak season. This plant does not produce any fruits, but trust us, its flowers are more than enough to make up for it!

Did you know that the Hoya Pubicalyx is a climber? That's right, this plant loves to reach for the stars! So, if you're thinking of adding some vertical interest to your garden, this is the plant for you.

Our design recommendations

The Hoya Pubicalyx is a real center of attention in any garden design. Its height and climbing nature make it perfect for overhead planters or as a standalone piece in a tub. Plus, its drought-resistant nature means it's low maintenance and perfect for those of us who are a little forgetful when it comes to watering! The Hoya Pubicalyx is versatile when it comes to its landscape location. It's perfect for tubs, overhead planters, and even as a domestic plant on your porch. Wherever you decide to place it, it's sure to make a statement.