Hindu Rope Plants, a type of Hoya, produce picturesque star-shaped flowers after a couple of years of growth. To ensure that your plant is healthy and ready to bloom, be sure to water sparingly while also keeping its humidity high. Butya compacta, also known as Hoya carnosa "Compacta 'or Hoya carnosa" Krinkle Kurl', is a draping succulent vine that produces attractivе clusters of waxу star-shaped flowers. The curly leaves grow close on the vine, making it possible to miss new peduncles and buds until they are quite big. The leaves vary in size and color, but theу can be described as curly Hoya carnosa leaves. Flowers are usually pale pink, and the white corona has a red ring in the middle. They form almost round balls of 30 to 50 flowers and last about one week. Each flower is up to 0.6 inches (1.5 cm) across.
This Hoya grows rapidly, and features pale green leaves that show the veins. The foliage is quite spectacular alone, but the flowers are even more special, in yellow shades varying from dark mustard to creamy yellow, though each flower only lasts around 5 days