Hoya kerrii is a species of Hoya native to the south-east of Asia. As the thick leaves are heart-shaped, the plant is sometimes named lucky-heart or sweetheart.
Not edible. Non-toxic if accidentally ingested.
Sunlight: Hoyas have plump leaves that hold water as succulents do, so they need lots of sunlight. Keep your Hoya in a very bright window with six or more hours of daily sun.
Watering: Allow the substrate to dry completely in between waterings, usually 2 to 3 weeks during summer and 3 to 4 weeks during winter, depending on your house temperature and light exposure.