This variety has twisted green foliage that drapes, resembling a rope. It looks great spilling out of a container or being loosely tied to a small trellis. It will tolerate low light but will thrive in a medium to bright, indirect light situation. Use a well draining soil and water thoroughly, allowing the soil to dry out between watering. Under perfect most conditions, it will produce clusters of star-shaped flowers – something all hoya collectors hope to one day achieve!