Hoya Undulata was first described in 2015 and is endemic to the Kalimantan region of Borneo only. It was named for its undulating leaf margins. Leaves have very few flecks and are light green to purple.
Like many other types of Hoya’s, this species is epiphytic in its natural habitat, which means it’s actually an air plant with crinkly succulent leaves. Hoyas can be propagated by cuttings inn a sphagnum moss medium, high humidity and some patience. This Hoya likes it really warm and humid with plenty of light.
Hoya Undulata is not the easiest Hoya to care for. We do not recommend it for a beginner grower.