This is like no plant we have seen before. Its waxy, leathery green leaves curl and bend around stems. This curled foliage forms broad “ropes” of greenery. These ropes are so impressive in size, they will strike you as being very different, very unusual. Also unusual are the flowers that grow on this plant once it has matured a bit. Flowers are of the palest creamy pink color, are star-shaped, and grow in clusters. Waxy or porcelain-like themselves, they have longevity, staying open and extremely visible for days on end. Flowers are fragrant and may give off a little honey-like sap, causing some to call this plant the Honey Plant. While you should not expect to see blooms on your plant for several years, this variety is one of the earlier bloomers. It typically requires less time than other Hoyas do to reach the stage of maturity that is right for flowering. More than this, once blooming, the plant flowers from spring to fall.