This vigorous Indian species with smooth light green leaves readily produces its creamy yellow flowers. The flowers are strongly fragrant and, although liked by some, the smell is not to everyone's liking!
This picture serves to warn growers of the large amount of sugary nectar which drips from some Hoyas. It is easily removed from most surfaces with water, but can damage soft furnishings.
Photograph by : John Ellis
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