Hoya wayetii is a tropical plant species that is native to the Philippines. It is a vining plant that produces long stems with oval-shaped, dark green leaves that have prominent veins. The leaves of Hoya wayetii are quite thick and have a waxy texture, which gives them a shiny appearance. This plant is also known for its clusters of small, star-shaped flowers that bloom in shades of pale pink or white with a maroon center. The flowers are highly fragrant and can last for several weeks. Hoya wayetii is a relatively low-maintenance plant that can tolerate a wide range of light conditions, but it thrives in bright, indirect light. It is a popular choice for indoor gardens and can also be grown outdoors in tropical climates.