The rare Hoya linearis differs from many other hoyas in that it doesn't have large, firm, waxy leaves. Instead, the leaves are skinny, soft, and slightly hairy. They produce fragrant clusters of beautiful white flowers (see last photo of a very mature plant in bloom - photo credit Pinterest).
This plant grows as an epiphyte (on trees) in the Himalayan region in Northern India and surrounding areas.
Hoya love to be root-bound so don't repot until it's absolutely filling up it's 4 inch pot. When you are ready to repot, only go up one pot size.
Light: Place in very bright indirect light, indoors or out (bring in if dipping below 55 degrees). A few hours of morning or late afternoon sun, especially in winter, is great.
Water: Allow soil to dry between waterings. Use your finger a few inches into the soil to test - it doesn't need to be crunchy just dry to the touch.
Pets: *Pet friendly*