It has been a couple of years now since I got my Hoya bella seed pod and planted the seeds. It took months for the seed pod to open and then took weeks for the seeds to germinate. Everything about it was agonizingly slow. I finally took my few pots of it and stuck them all in a large pot to grow. Well none of the strands look much like the ordinary Hoya bella mother plant. Here is one that has flowered and is stable, but the leaves are very pale green. It is not really my cup of tea, but I am going to try to propagate it from cuttings and I will call it Blondie.