What does an overwatered Hoya look like?
An overwatered hoya dies from the roots up. If the tips of your hoya are shriveling, yellowing, browning, etc, that is due to underwatering. If the leaves are suddenly falling and the base of the petioles look weak and brown, that is overwatering.
Why is my Hoya stem turning yellow?
But they also don’t grow at ground level, so shady areas of a room indoors will have inadequate sunlight. A lack of sunlight will cause the leaves to yellow, but overdoing it with too much (something that’s just as common with hoya plants) results in the leaves turning red with sun burn.
How often should you water a Hoya plant?
The Hoya thrives in a dry environment, so you should let the soil dry out before you water your plant again. On average, you should water your Hoya once every 14 days in the spring and summer and once every 3-4 weeks in the winter. How much sunlight does the Hoya need? The Hoya loves indirect sunlight.