Please forgive me if I'm not going about this right as I'm a new DG member and this is my first such inquiry. I'm not new to gardening or horticulture, but I am somewhat of a novice on Hoyas. I've been surfing the net on the whole subject off an on and came upon what looks to me like an unusual Hoya in that its leaves are so densely packed on its stem that it has an extremely upright appearance though it clearly needs some support.
I came across the pictures on a blogsite by Leon Lem below:
He has pictures of a total of 3 different Hoyas of which only this one is unusual--4 pictures sandwiched between H. kerrii and H. carnosa--near the bottom of the web page. I've attached one of these with my post. Of this Hoya, Mr. Lem states:
"I was not able to find out the actual name of this type of hoya plant that I have bought. This hoya plant also originates from Thailand...The flowers keep blooming non-stop as there are alot of flower buds on the plant."
I had written to a few Hoya experts I'd met online and only one, Christina of MyHoyas.com in Sweden replied. She felt that it could be either H. pachyclada or H. subquintuplinervis. I've checked the plant pages on both of these here at DG and the Internet in general, but can't say the pictures are of either one. I recently purchased a H. pachyclada (from Gardino's Nursery in FL) and it's leaves are more similar to the mystery plant than to the leaves pictured on it's plant page here, so I'm still considering that H. pachyclada, perhaps a different variety, may possibly be correct.
I hope a positive ID can be made by folks here. This does seem to be a Hoya worth knowing about (and growing) about as it's obviously quite floriferous and overall attractive and compact. Thank you