Hoya Hindu Rope Plant

The unique Hoya Hindu Rope plant, Hoya carnosa compacta, is a draping succulent plant that produce clusters of star-shaped, waxy flowers. The thick, twisted, curly, cupped leaves of a Hindu Rope plant are why it’s often called Krinkle Kurl. Hindu rope plants can be found in solid green or with variegated leaves. This type of hoya plant is very easy to care for as long as you have plenty of light and are careful with your water.



Do Hindu Rope Houseplants Have a Pleasant Smell or Am I Just Imagining This?

The flowers of Hindu Rope Houseplants do produce a distinctive mocha aroma.

Should I Remove the Thick Stalks That Are Growing on My Hindu Rope Plant?

Do not remove the thick stalks, which are called Peduncles, that are growing on your Hindu Rope HousePlants since the plant’s flowers grow out of these peduncles. After blooming, if you don’t remove the dead flowers or the peduncles on Hindu Rope HousePlants, the plant produces even more flowers.