Hoya papaschonii has quickly become one of my favorite Hoyas. It may seem strange since the flowers are so small, but when this plant is covered in flowers and or seedpods it is quite a site to behold. It also grows extremely well in relatively dim light in the regular house with no added grow lights or humidity. It wants to be always damp and grown in sphagnum moss.
I have at least 36 seedpods and will be selling seed very soon. The first few pods have already ruptured. They germinate in only a few days and are the best Hoya seed to grow out for beginners as they are dead easy. Below a photo of a burst pod from today: