Hoya Longifolia China Beans


Hoya Longifolia ‘China Beans’ is a beautiful Hoya with elongated green leaves and distinctive darker edges. These edges vary in redness depending on the amount of light they receive. Hoya Longifolia is a marvelous sight to admire as it blooms, with striking little white balls of grapes. Its climbing nature allows this plant to fill a room with juicy leaves and a range of colors over time.

Hoya Longifolia is very easy to care for as long as you keep it in a bright place and take care of the water. Like many other genera of Hoya, this species is epiphytic in its natural habitat, meaning it is actually an aerial plant with rustling, juicy leaves.


attractive habit
long shoots
white, beautifully fragrant flowers
low cultivation requirements
resistant to periodic lack of water


requires a place without direct sunlight, especially in the afternoon hours
in the absence of sufficient light, it does not produce flowers
when the first buds appear, the plant should not be rearranged so as not to lose flowers
from spring to autumn, the soil should be constantly slightly moist, with regular watering
in winter, water it only to prevent it from drying out completely
has the ability to store water in its fleshy leaves, so it tolerates short periods of drought without much difficulty
likes well-drained and permeable soil
during flowering and active growth, fertilize the plant every 2-3 weeks with fertilizer for flowering plants
a suitable substrate is a universal substrate.

The plant is sold in a pot with a diameter of 14cm. Plant height measured with the pot is approx. 45-50 cm.