Hoya Carnosa cuttings were succesfully rooted and growing hydroponicaly. Leaves now fading from healthy green to pale yellowish.
A mature one year old Hoya Bella showing signs of same coloring. What am I doing wrong?
Any suggestions as to how I may correct the situation.
I'm surprised at the vast differences voiced re hydroponics. I have Carnosa, Obovata, Publicalyx, Watetti and Bella all doing quite well hydroponically but the yellowing of leaves has me baffled. I use tap water, fertilize with 20/20/20 and all plants sit in east facing windows. At eighty-six years I'm not a novice when it comes to indoor gardening but will happily accept any and all suggestions. I still have a lot to learn. Thanks everyone.
Wow! At 86 and still gardening and on the computer??? I want to grow up to be just like you!!! 8 )
Are all the leaves yellowing or is it just a few? I find a few older leaves on the Hoyas turning yellow and dropping. If all the leaves are yellowing that would not be it. What type of fertilizer do you use and how often?