☘ Origin: Asia and Australia
☘ Family: Apocynaceae
☘ Botanical Name: Hoya carnosa variegata · Krimson Queen
☘ Common Name(s): Wax Plant · Honey Plant · Porcelain Flower
Hoya aids us in connecting to our higher knowledge, opening in receptivity to fate and its fulfillment. Bright and intensely clearing, Hoya creates a feeling of stillness through which you can hear the quieter calls of living - inward exploration, spiritual enlightenment, and alignment with the divine.
Wax Plant, Porcelainflower: This wonderful tropical plant is often called a “Wax Plant” due to its thick waxy leaves. It is a classic plant because it lives forever, and it can grow enormously. Furthermore, it can create beautiful, porcelain-like fragrant flower clusters which is why it is also called "Porcelain-Flower".
Hoya: Hoya Genus was named after Thomas Hoy, a British Botanist, who brought attention to Hoyas for the first time in the late 1700′.
Hoya is similar to succulents, and according to Feng Shui, succulents are good luck. This means that you will reap abundance in life when you grow these plants in your home. A succulent plant is a great way to attract positive elements that will result in something positive too.
☘ Hoya is one of the most adaptable houseplants you can have in your home. It’s truly a low maintenance plant, that can be adopted by Plant Newbies and Black Thumbs! This plant was named after Thomas Hoy, a British Botanist, who brought attention to Hoyas for the first time in the late 1700′.
☘ Porcelain-Flower flowers are hugged together in clusters to form a spherical shape. It looks like a cluster of flowers. Most Porcelain-Flower flowers are white, and their hearts are red, just like the faces of young girls, who are smart and shy.
☘ Strong aromatic flowers used in powders, perfumes, lotions and other beauty products.
☘ They are mostly sold at nurseries that are an excellent remover of pollutants in the indoor environment.