Like other succulents, Hoya Kerri stores water for a long period. They can endure an extended period without watering. However, they require water for survival. You can consider watering them every 2 to 3 weeks. Also, avoid overwatering as it can cause root rot.
Hoya heart is a light feeder. It only requires feeding twice a year during the growth stage. You can increase the frequency to four times when the plant generates more leaves. Use any recommended houseplant fertilizer to feed them.
Hoya Kerri is light lovers though they can grow in shady places. Ensure they have access to direct sunlight. However, avoid hot sunlight as it can scorch the plant leaves.
Grow your Hoya Kerri at an optimal temperature of between 18°C and 27°C.
Hoya Kerri loves growing in a compact space. You will not need to repot them annually. Essentially, they can take between 3 to 4 years before repotting.