The Hoya, which bears Thomas Hoy’s name, is a native of tropical regions. Hoyas come in a variety of enormous varieties, with 520 of them currently recognized. Hoyas come in a wide range of leaf sizes and hues, but their stunning five-pointed star-shaped blossoms are what really make them stand out. The Hoya is a slow-growing plant that prefers a cheerful, well-draining environment. This tropical plant prefers a typically moist to slightly moist soil. However, avoid having moist feet since this might lead to root damage. Before fresh water is applied, the soil’s top layer may become dry. Water should ideally be given at room temperature.