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The "shooting star" hoya.  Large, upright grower is one of our favorites and is very easy to grow.  Large clusters of white and yellow, backward-bending, shooting star shaped blooms.  Large, thick, dark green, waxy leaves.  Upright, branching shrub.


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Average Rating 4.8 out of 5

Sooooo Pleased

I purchased This hoya along with three others on Mar.6th. I was and am pleased with my purchase and want you to know that this tiny little plant is blooming!! I am excited to see the bloom. I will be buying all mt new hoyas at The Violet barn in the future.Thank you for the great service.

Darlene Mar 26 2012, 21:36 PM


Hi--i love hoyas--i have to show them off --the flowers & their smell are wonderful--next to violets they are my second favorite plant--thanks violet

violet frazer Oct 25 2011, 19:07 PM

Great Bloomer!

This a wonderful hoya. Within the first couple of months upon receiving this plant it has already started blooming. I am very excited to add it to my collection.

Sheila Brewer Jul 04 2011, 21:40 PM

Hoya great plant

I bought this plant here it had mini buds just starting to grow. Now only a couple months later it has very nice flowers this hoya has nice shinny leaves.

Patricia Simmons Jun 12 2011, 18:03 PM

Beautiful and Dependable Bloomer!

I've had one of these for about a year now and I absolutely love it. It blooms almost constantly, with a few weeks in between to grow leaves, but I suspect once it gets bigger that it will not even need those breaks. I have detected a very slight fragrance on warm, sunny days, but this is not a hoya grown for its fragrance. However, it also doesn't seem to produce the copious amounts of nectar that other hoyas do and thus leaves no sticky mess on furniture or floors. I move between southwest Washington State (mild and humid) and Pullman, Washington for school (hot and dry, then cold and dry) and have grown it in various light intensities and it never seems to miss a beat. It is a slower grower, but it is steady and compact, great for people who don't want a 20 foot hoya vine taking over their house!

Evan Bean Apr 19 2011, 17:57 PM

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