Hoya lanceolata subsp. bella has delicate, lance-shaped leaves that emerge light green from orange-pink stems. A subspecies of Hoya lanceolata, the bella doesn't grow quite as large, with individual vines growing to only 18 or so inches, which is why it's often referred to as the Miniature Wax Plant. Hoya lanceolata bella is semi-succulent and drought tolerant, and perfect for bright, indirect light. What's more, this Hoya is a profuse bloomer when the plant reaches maturity. Its clusters of white and pink star-shaped flowers are heavily perfumed, with a scent that is rich and sweet.