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Hoya 'Rope Plant' Specialty Plant~ Subject To Availability

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★★★★★

Soderberg's provided lovely flower arrangements for a 4-H event I put together at the state fair this year. They were so helpful in managing the logistics of delivery during the fair (showing up right on time with a smile) and the centerpieces were absolutely perfect for our needs, at a great price. Highly recommended -- and if you haven't seen their displays in the Horticulture Building, you're missing out! -Matthew Keefe

★★★★★

I have used Soderberg's for a while now. I appreciate the quality. The first time the delivery was left at the wrong house but I am so happy that I kept using them. It was several years ago. Service has been without a hitch since then. They have a good selection of products and professional service. Thank you Soderberg's. -Hank Laake

★★★★★

Kim is a tremendous help when it comes to customer service. She listens and really understands the customers need for prompt, professional service. She understands the flower business. In my experience, working directly with Kim at Soderberg’s Floral is by far better than placing and relying on a 1-800 or online order where so often things go wrong: order is not correct, order is late, or order does not get delivered at all. Trying to get any kind’ve help from their customer call centers is met with frustration and little to no help at all. You can be assured that Kim will listen and provide first class, personal service that your special occasion requires. She understands the time sensitive nature of such occasions and importance of follow through. The flowers are absolutely stunning. -J H

★★★★★

I called first thing in the morning in a panic trying to get flowers to a service happening a mere two hours later. Ava was extremely efficient and calm on the phone, assured me they could do it, and took care of business quickly. They didn’t even charge for the rush job. And lo and behold, an absolutely gorgeous arrangement arrived on time!!! I got a lovely thank you from the family with no one the wiser that it had been last minute. I would strongly recommend Soderberg’s to anyone looking for a reliable, efficient, talented florist. Truly a superlative experience. Thank you so much!! -K A

★★★★★

Very impressive service, I liked the fact that they sent me a link with a picture of the arrangement before it left the shop for delivery and email of date/time it was delivered. Flawless service and the arrangement was beautiful! Will definitely be using them again in the future -Cren Free

  • Botanical Name: Hoya Hindu Rope
  • Common Name(s): Hindu Rope, Porcelain Flower, Wax Plant, Honey Plant, Krinkle Curl
  • Description: Unique Hindu rope plants, Hoya carnosa compacta, are draping succulent vines 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.
  • Care: Hoya 'Rope Plant' needs a lot of bright indirect sunlight. It can tolerate some direct morning sun, but the afternoon scorching sun might burn its leaves. If grown indoors, put it near a bright, sunny window where it can enjoy some hours of the morning sun and some shade in the afternoon. 

     This plant is slightly drought-tolerant and does not need frequent watering. Check the soil weekly and water only when the soil is almost dry. Soggy wet soil can cause root rot. Reduce watering in the winter. Ensure a medium humidity level (around 50-60%) using misting, pebble trays, and humidifiers.

    Hoya 'Rope Plant' prefers well-drained, porous potting soil. 

    Hoya thrives in temperatures of 60°F-80°F. It is vital to ensure the room temperature does not fall below 50°F.
     Hoya should be fertilized once during the growing season (spring/summer)with diluted houseplant fertilizer once a month.

     Hoya 'Rope Plant' is generally non-toxic, but it is still recommended that you keep this plant out of reach of pets and children as their trailing vines are fragile.