With its stunning leaves and tiny flowers, Hoya wibergiae is among the rarest species of Hoyas. It is native to the beautiful forests of Indonesia, India, and the Maldives. Plant lovers commonly keep Hoya as an indoor plant due to its climbing vines that look ideal in hanging baskets and trellis.
It has rich-looking leaves with a waxy appearance that changes with seasons and time. Silver linings and splotches on the lush green of the leaves add charm to the plant. The silver begins to turn to a glowing pink or a pale purple if it receives plenty of sunlight. The entire range of shades, alongside their intricate patterns on the leaves, is fascinating. Like all Hoyas, this plant has fragrant inflorescences that can bloom twice a year. These are shaped like tiny stars with rosy centers and grow in bunches of up to 70 flowers!