Hoya sp. UT-001 otherwise known as Hoya sp. Sumatra is native to the Way Kambas National Park in Sumatra. I bought this cutting from Aleagarden in Thailand in the spring of 2012 and bloomed it around two years later in the late spring of 2014.
It is a beautiful little plant with some of the nicest leaves in the Hoya world. They look like they have been hit with white and silver over-spray from a can of spray paint. The blooms have hints of pink, alabaster, and gold and are quite unusual. I detected very little scent and the flowers last around one week. Care is the usual, I grew and flowered mine exclusively under grow lights. Be aware that this Hoya, just like many of them, is sensitive to over watering so only water when dry. I give this plant an enthusiastic thumbs up! Click on any of the gallery photos to see full-sized.