I have a few hoya plants in the apartment that are growing without sunlight. My growing conditions are also challenging. I am resigned to the fact that I will not ever have flowers with the plant lights and a indoor cat. I have some interesting looking leaves that I love.
Minneapolis, MN; Zone 4a aka treelover3 @ Dave's Garden
I like both, but answered "leaves" since I see the leaves of the plants every day of the year. The flowers are a nice bonus, though, as is scent.
I think my absolute favorite Hoya leaves are those of H. villosa for its narrow, veined, felt-backed, wavy-edged leaves. I have a few other Hoyas that have cool leaves, as well, but the leaves of this plant have really caught my eye.
Name: Carol Noel Hawaii (near Hilo) It's all about choices.
Here's an idea for you H. lacunosa lovers with limited space: grow a big pot with all the different clones together. I use Bulb Pots...and when you see all of the different sizes, shapes, colors of the leaves with the same fragrant flowers, it is really cool!