Hoya Rhm 14-1

Hoya Rhm 14-1

Hoya rhm 14-1 is a species of flowering plant in the family Apocynaceae. This plant is a hybrid and its foliage is dense and evergreen, with the stems reaching up to 2 meters tall. The flowers are small and have a pleasant fragrance, making them desirable for use as an ornamental plant.


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Scientific name: Hoya RHM 14-1

Common names: N/A

Origin: Hybrid.

Flower colour: N/A

Genus: Hoya

Family: Apocynaceae (Asclepiadaceae)

Kingdom: Plantae

Type:Flowering vine

How to care for

Hoya rhm 14-1?

This hardy species is easy to care for and requires minimal maintenance in order for it to thrive. It prefers bright indirect light but can tolerate partial shade if necessary. When watering, it should never be allowed to dry out completely; however, overwatering should be avoided so as not to cause root rot or other fungal diseases caused by too much moisture. With proper care and maintenance, the Hoya rhm 14-1 can provide years of enjoyment with its beautiful foliage and fragrant blooms that make it a perfect addition to any home garden or indoor space.


  • Bright, indirect light
  • Temperature range 60-80 degrees F
  • Humidity range 60-80%
  • Water when dry
  • Well-draining coarse soil
  • Fertilizing during the growing season.

Hoya Rhm 14-1 Care Detail

Light Requirements:

  • Hoya rhm 14-1 can do well with medium or indirect sunlight. It does not require direct sun exposure to remain healthy. Secondly, it does enjoy some shade during the hottest part of the day and should not be exposed to full sun for more than four hours at a time.
  • The Hoya rhm 14-1 also has its own specific set of needs when it comes to light:
  • prefers bright but indirect light.
  • tolerates shade very well but requires some bright light to stay healthy.
  • should not be exposed to direct sunlight for more than four hours at a time.
  • can survive in minimal lighting conditions with ease.

Temperature Requirements:

  • Hoya rhm 14-1 is an attractive and easy to grow epiphytic plant that requires temperatures between 60-80 degrees Fahrenheit (16-27 Celsius) to thrive. In order to provide the right environment for this species, it is important to keep in mind the following temperature requirements:
  • For optimum growth, Hoya rhm 14-1 should be placed in an area with a consistent temperature of 65-75°F (18-24°C).
  • Temperatures lower than 60°F (16°C) will significantly reduce the vigor of the plant and should be avoided.
  • At temperatures higher than 80°F (27°C), the leaves may become pale or yellowish, indicating stress from heat exposure.
  • If possible, it is best to avoid sudden changes in temperature which can cause shock and damage the leaves of Hoya rhm 14-1.

Humidity Requirements:

  • Humidity requirements for Hoya rhm 14-1 are essential to its growth and flowering. This species of Hoya is native to the tropics, and as such thrives best when relative humidity is maintained at over 70%, ideally reaching 80% or higher in the hottest months of the year. 
  • Humidity levels should be taken into account when choosing a spot to place your plant, and if necessary, a humidifier can be used to increase the moisture in the air surrounding the plant.
  • When caring for this type of Hoya, there are several specific actions one can take to ensure optimal humidity:
  • Position your plant near a window that does not receive direct sunlight, so as to minimize evaporation from the leaves and soil.
  • Place a pebble tray beneath your pot with water; as it evaporates it will create a more humid environment around your plant.
  • Mist the leaves regularly with distilled water or rainwater (which is softer and less likely to contain impurities that may harm your plant).
  • Use a humidifier if needed; remember, though, that too much humidity can be just as detrimental as too little!

Watering Requirements:

  • When it comes to water requirements of Hoya rhm 14-1, this species has a general preference for well-draining soils that are moist but not soggy. 
  • The soil should be allowed to dry out slightly between watering. Too much water can lead to root rot, and the plant should never be allowed to sit in standing water. Overwatering is the most common mistake made with this species.
  • TIP: If you’re having trouble determining if your Hoya rhm 14-1 needs watering, use a moisture meter to gauge the level of humidity in the soil before deciding whether or not to add more water.

Soil Requirements:

  • The Hoya rhm 14-1 plant has specific soil requirements to ensure it will thrive. It prefers well-drained, acidic soil with a pH of 5.5-6.5, as well as organic matter to provide nutrients and help retain water. 
  • A good potting mix should contain peat moss, perlite, and bark in equal parts to promote drainage while still allowing moisture to be retained. To ensure the best growth results, a soil test should be done before planting in order to determine the optimal nutrient levels for the desired location.
  • It is important to note that if the soil is too alkaline or if there is not enough organic material present, growth may be stunted or even cease altogether. To avoid this, mulch should be applied in order to maintain an optimal acidity level as well as adding extra organic matter for better nutrient availability for the plant's roots.

Fertilizing Requirements:

  • For best results, fertilize every two weeks using a balanced fertilizer with an N-P-K (nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium) ratio of 20-20-20. Alternatively, one can use a water-soluble fertilizer that is low in nitrogen, such as a 10-30-20 formulation.
  • It is important to remember that overfertilizing can be detrimental to the plant’s health; therefore, it is important to follow the instructions on the label closely. When applying liquid fertilizer, it is necessary to water thoroughly after application in order to avoid burning of the roots. 
  • If a slow release fertilizer is used, it should be applied at least once per month in accordance with the directions given by the manufacturer.
  • Hoya rhm 14-1 requires regular fertilization in order to promote healthy growth and maintain its attractive appearance. By following these fertilizing requirements and ensuring that the soil has adequate nutrients, one can ensure that this plant will thrive and remain vigorous for years to come.


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