Hoya flagellata comes from Thailand. The flowers are so similar to Hoya caudata that many collectors think that it may just be another clone of caudata. The leaves are long and narrow and get almost totally red in good light. The flowers are around .5 inch across and are covered with hairs. The corona is red with long hairs sticking out of the center.
This Hoya prefers a very warm and humid environment - a terrarium would suit this plant well!
**Suggested substrate - a mixture of large bark and sphagnum moss that is not kept too wet.
Light: Keep in very bright indirect light.
Water: Use chunky well-draining soil, allow to dry between waterings.