I think of all the Hoyas that I have brought back from near death, Hoya danumensis ssp. Amarii came the closest to actually dying. I was down to a single leaf that sat in a small cup of coconut chips for months before finally sending up a small vine. I really had to nurse this one to get it to survive. It also blasted hundreds of buds before I could finally get it to flower again. I really like this plant so much more than the regular danumensis, which get too large and grows too rampantly to be a good houseplant. It also has a tendency towards chlorosis, which I hate in a plant.