Hoya Bella variegated has tiny pointy leaves with yellowish color inside and green on the outside of the leaves or edges. This hoya is truly a beauty. I read a lot of article about this type of Hoya and they said it is very easy to care for, however in my case I have a hard time making it healthy. I bought my first Bella regular, Albo and variegated at the same time yet after months they slowly died on me.
At first, I have no idea why they just eventually die. When there was only 2 stems left, I need to investigate the reason, I thought that it was unhealthy because of the bugs but sadly the Bellas have no roots at all. If I only knew, I will maybe transfer them to water to roots then replant like what I did to this new botanical gem of mine. She is just three months and look at the growth, she seems happy and hoping she will stay healthy.
However, as I noticed the variegation of the new stems are reverted to green. Now, I am thinking to cut the green part or maybe I should just let it be until she will become a fully grown plant.
By the way, sorry there is no voice on this video, will soon have voice next time. hahaha just a little bit shy, English is not my first language.
Thank you for your time, if you would like to make a comments or add some info, please do so. I will be happy and thankful for your efforts. Have a great day.
Update: I decided to put numbers on my Hoya Collections so I will know how many Hoyas I have in hand. So Hoya Bella Variegated is my number 1