Hoya pachyclada

Hoya pachyclada is a rather unusual Hoya that can be treated more like a succulent – I only water mine when it has thoroughly dried out.  There is some controversy over the name.  I have seen some Hoya pachycladas that look considerably different than mine.  I know that I bought mine under that name, and I will go with it for now.  The leaves are a gray/green, pubescent (slightly fuzzy), and it produces a lovely flower, and lots of them!!  Some people say that it is a slow grower, and it is unless conditions are to its liking; then I find it can grow quite rapidly – Highly recommended! Click on any of the gallery images to view full-sized!  Here is a link to a video tour of the plant: youtu.be/gIQiKOqFmHw