What time of year does a Hoya bloom?
Expect flowering to occur during the warmer months of the year from October right through to April. Hoyas produce flowers from peduncles protruding from the same stem junction every year, so it is important not to cut the flowers off after they finish flowering. They will drop off on their own.
How do I get my hoya plant to bloom?
When a wax plant won't flower, the easiest thing to do is change some of its conditions and see if that makes a difference. Move the plant to a brighter window and expose it to more candles of daylight. Water deeply but infrequently. Also, mist your plant often and try to keep humidity to at least 40 percent.
Do Hoyas flower every year?
Some types of hoya bloom year-round, while other varieties are seasonal bloomers. For some types of hoya, blooming time depends on the maturity of the plant. Some varieties may bloom readily the first year, while others won't produce blooms until they reach two or three years of age, and sometimes more.