From the backside.
This one smells like chocolate
Closer look at the flowers in bloom on the plant shown in the foyer (previous picture posted).
See the dripping wax on our 8-year old plant, which has had 20+ blooms continuously for 8 months. In our conservatory near London, England.
H. motoskei is considered the true H. carnosa...larger longlasting flowers
Hoya carnosa ultra closeup of this unusual flower.
H. carnosa flowers - growing indoors in house by window - town of Ed, Dalsland, Sweden.
Front and rear view of Hoya carnosa (white)
flowers "cry" (honey drops)
Closeup showing nectar
This Hoya plant started out as a cutting from my Grandmother's plant over 25 years ago.
Hoya carnosa buds the day before blooming.
Hoya carnosa in full flower.
What a surprise to find this beauty on my wax plant. I did not even know it bloomed.
A single clipping from a hanging clay pot. The Hoya is on the North side of house, underneath the eaves.
Hoya umbel on pygmy date trunk
(Oceanside, CA) It just bloomed and already there is another bloom.
Oceanside, CA - picked up this hoya carnosa at the Vista farmers market. =)
Porcelain Flower (Hoya motoskei)
40 year old plant that just bloomed for the first time ever!
This plant over-wintered outside in the SF Bay Area (zone 9b). It gets afternoon sun. Flowers produced a prodigious amount of nectar.
First time my Hoya has bloomed, 3 of the 7 flower clusters
Looking up at flower cluster
Looking down inside a flower cluster (ants love the nectar!)
Flower before opening.
Colleen's Hoya in Waihi, NZ
Bloom April 1 2016, zone 9bFL
Photo courtesy of and copyright of Armella Maria Pratt from Hervey Bay, Queensland