Hoya Bella goes dormant in winter and will not need much water. Water this plant less often in the winter. You should water the Hoya Bella moderately from spring to autumn.
This plant cannot dry out the way other Hoyas’ do. Hoya Bella has smaller and less succulent leaves, and it likes to be watered as soon as it is dry since it cannot retain as much moisture.
Select a location for Hoya Bella, where it gets full sun in the morning. For growing outside, choose a protected and partially shaded area on the porch, balcony, or patio. You don’t grow this plant in high light it will prefer dappled shade, i.e., 30 -50 % full sun.
Protect the plant from excessive afternoon heat and sunlight, as it can burn the plant. Just like Hoya Carnosa, Hoya Bella also does well in low light. It can tolerate curtain filtered, indirect light.