This distinctive species has acquired several common names such as "Shuttlecock Hoya" or "Shooting Star Hoya".
It's a shrubby plant with thin, barely succulent, leaves but it is the flowers that catch the eye. It is not difficult, but does seem to require a little extra warmth.|
Photograph by : John Ellis
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