Hoya pachyclada is a vining epiphyte native to Thailand. Beloved by collectors for its ovoid leaves that come to a soft point, this slow-grower will produce doming clusters of white, star-shaped flowers that look like a bridal veil.
Hoya pachyclada prefers a few hours of direct sun or dappled sun when kept indoors. Though it will survive in bright indirect light only, giving it a few hours of sun will boost growth and encourage flowering. Indoors, a sunny window with eastern western exposure is a great spot.