I am a sucker for strange, different, or maligned plants; I admit it. I do however think that Hoya ignorata has a place in everyone’s collection. The leaves are very nice with flecks of silver, getting a reddish tinge in the sun. Yes the flowers are small, but they add a little to the overall charm of the plant. It is an easy grower, and I despite what Christine Burton says, I think that it is worth growing. Here is the final photograph of the plant until I have more time and more flowers to take pictures of.