Over 27 years ago a friend gave me a clipping from their Hoya plant. This plant is still thriving and given us much enjoyment. I've given many clippings to friends and family to start their own plants.
The Hoya plant is a low maintenance plant and very easy to grow. It doesn't need alot of watering, and does well, if you forget to water, which makes it a great plant for those who don't have much success with indoor plants.
Hoyas grow well indoors, preferring bright but not direct sunlight. The Hoya Plant is one of the easiest plants to grow and are often fragrant. The wax plant, as it is sometimes called, loves to be ignored and they are part of the succulent family. They do well in hanging baskets both indoors and out (I bring mine in for the winter as they won't survive the freezing temperatues and snow in Canada). The older the plant the more magnificent the blooms. Water hoya thoroughly about once every two weeks, allowing the soil to dry out completely before watering again. It has a high tolerance for drought conditions, but the plant will not tolerate soggy or wet soils.