Hoya campanulata is a very unique plant that I received in a shipment from Thailand in the late spring. The plant arrived in very poor shape, but has recovered nicely over the summer. The blossoms look like little open parachutes. There appears to be some controversy over the naming of this particular Hoya, and if it ever gets sorted out, I will change it here. This is a non-twining, shrub-like plant that likes a lightly moist medium (it does not like to dry out, or get really wet). It also seems to like it really warm, and humid (it kept blasting buds when the temps dipped at night into the 60’s). It is thriving in my 86° plant room. If you have the room and the conditions for this plant, it is a must have!