Hoya multiflora, or the Shooting Star Hoya, is probably the freest blooming Hoya that you can grow in your home. Despite a potential size of 8’ feet tall, this hoya reaches around 32” inches domestically and often has an almost shrublike appearance. Large, dark green leaves along its pale grey stems bear the hoyas’ trademark waxy appearance.
Being a climber, your shooting star hoya prefers avoiding direct sunlight.
Instead, aim for bright, indirect sunlight or dappled light, ensuring they get at least 6 hours per day.