Rare succulent, a real novelty in the botanical field, discovered only in 2004. It shows very thin stems rich of small leaves of a nice light green streaked with white, elongated lanceolate and pointed, that do not exceed 5-6 cm of length. The plant tends to assume a drooping appearance: is perfect for adorning shelves or hanging pots with its beautiful green waterfalls. Hoya memoria, between late spring and early summer, tends to get rich in inflorescences that are really unique: gathered in clusters of more than 20 flowers that do not exceed half a centimeter. The blooming will strike all of us with its small pink jewels, so microscopic but at the same time so detailed that they seem fake, almost waxy, for their shine and exhilarating for their scent that recalls that of caramel!