- Botanical Name: Hoya australis ssp. tenuipes 'Lisa'
Common Name(s): Hoya Lisa, Variegated Australis, Wax plant, porcelain flower
- Description: Hoya australis ‘Lisa’ descends from the Hoya australis plant, which was discovered on the northeast coast of Australia in the 1700s. In the natural habitat of rocky, tropical landscape, this Hoya uses vines to climb up trees. And it has been recorded to grow as large as 10 feet long. However, when indoors, this plant will likely grow more along the lines of 3 feet long.