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Hoya parviflora Flowers Are Really Tiny!
Except for the flowers of Hoya ignorata, the blooms of Hoya parviflora are the smallest that I have seen. I don’t believe that they are much larger than about .125 inches or 3.5 mm. The entire peduncle of blooms is slightly larger than a nickel.