Hoya polyneura (some speckles)

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Hoya polyneura, the famous "Fish Tail" Hoya.

Named as such for the beta fish like amazing veined leaves.

This is another one that quickly grows into an impressive specimen plant.

Like bella, cumingiana, and densifolia, polyneura only makes one peduncle per node on the newest growth and they bloom only once and then fall off.

We find this plant does better in a little less light than many of our other hoyas. Not dark, but less bright. Otherwise the foliage tends to look too light, thin and a little stressed.