This Hoya has plump almond-shaped leaves that are slightly fuzzy, and often edged with reddish-brown (especially when sun-stressed). Hoya sp. aff. burtoniae is an easy grower that eventually produces clusters of pink flowers.
There's actually a lot of debate about the true identity of this plant. "Sp. aff." stands for species affinis, meaning it's potentially a new, yet-to-be-described species that is similar, but not identical, to a named species.
- Light: Bright indirect light
- Water: Drought tolerant. Allow soil to dry out between watering
- Additionally: When this plant is happy it will produce clumps of small round cream flowers. Slow growing.