Hoya gracilis is a small, trailing plant native to Southeast Asia. It is a member of the Hoya family, which is known for its waxy and fragrant flowers. The leaves of the Hoya gracilis plant are small, oval-shaped, and have a green color with silver or cream-colored veins. The plant grows on long vines and produces clusters of small, star-shaped flowers that are white or pink in color and have a sweet fragrance. The Hoya gracilis plant is relatively easy to care for and prefers bright, indirect light and moderate watering, allowing the soil to dry out partially between waterings. It is often grown as an indoor plant, but can also be grown outdoors in warm and humid climates. Hoya gracilis is a popular choice for plant collectors due to its attractive foliage and delicate blooms.