Name Picture Growth Description
Hoya Carnosa
The plant does best in at least 4 hours of direct sunlight a day, but also can be grown in bright indirect or curtain-filtered sunlight. Water freely during flowering but allow the soil to become almost dry between waterings when the plants are resting. Fertilize every 2 months in spring and summer.
Do not remove the leafless spurs or stubs, on which new flowers appear every year.
Native to Eastern Asia and Australia.
Clusters of attractive, star shaped, pink-white blossoms are produced in summer.
Hoya cinnamomifolia   Big plant. Originates from the island of Java.
Dark green leaves with lighter visible veins. Often there is only one leaf developed at each node.
The flowers are flat with lime corolla and dark red corona. Among the most beautiful flowers of all Hoyas. 
Hoya davidcumminggii
A small hoya best grown hanging. The leaves are thick, dark green with darker edges and the underside is lighter green.
The corolla is pink and the corona is yellow with a red center.
The flowers last about 5 days and there are 10-15 flowers in an umbel.
Little nectar, the caramel like fragrance.
Hoya diptera   A climbing/twining hoya, also suitable as a hanging plant.  Comes from the Fiji Islands.
Clusters of bright yellow flowers.
Light green oval leaves.
No nectar, light fresh fragrance.
Hoya macgillirrayi   A twining hoya that needs lots of light to flower. Needs help to stay on its support. New vines break easily. Comes from north/east Australia.
Big, dark green, thick leaves without any spots and the center vein is very prominent.
The flowers are almost black in colour.
Citrusy/gardenia fragance.
Hoya sp thai 3      
Hoya thomsonii   Likes to be grown in a cool place.  Comes from India. Very hairy, dark green leaves with a lot of silver spots.  Bright white corolla and off-white corona of the flowers. 
Hoya villosa (globulosa)
Likes a lot of light and humidity. Hard to bring to flower. Comes from Himalaya.
Long, light green leaves with darker veins.
Flowers crème/light yellow in color.
Hoya wayetii
Easy to grow. Comes from Philippines.
Pointed narrow leaves with brown edges.
Flowers are fuzzy ball-shaped and have a light, sweet fragrance. Maroon/purple with darker flowers in the center. Has a lot of nectar.
Hoya Weebella
Hanging. Flowers white with pink corona.
Tiny leaves.