Hoya linearis *cutting*
This Hoya does well as a house plant or as an epiphyte at the top of a tank where there is a lot of light and lower humidity. It is known in the Hoya community is being one of the most challenging species to grow, but I have not found this to be true at all. Conversely, it’s been growing on my windowsill for over five years and has withstood many dry periods, and also has done very well in sealed bins in constantly moist potting soil. It has actually done much better than my other Hoya species, which have a reputation of being very easy. The leaves grow to about 2.5″ and hang down. It is native to China.
The plants available are cuttings about 12″ long.