Hoya australis ssp. tenuipes 'Lisa' is part of the Apocynaceae family, 'Lisa' is a cultivar but H.australis native range is Australia, N. Borneo, New Guinea to SW. Pacific. Leaves are elliptic to ovate with some pubescence - mostly on the underside. Foliage is variegated with a mix of green, chartreuse and pink, leaves are a lot thinner than other Hoya.
Pot: 12cm diameter.
Height: Approximately 30cm from base of pot.
Pot not included.
Secrets to success
Temperature: Average to warm is fine, 16-24°C.
Light: H.australis can handle short periods of direct sunlight but will be happiest in a bright spot.
Watering: Water moderately during the growing season and reduce watering in winter.
Air Humidity: Average humidity is fine but this plant prefers higher; to increase humidity group plants together, mist them, use a humidifier or place your plant on a watered pebble tray.
Fertilising: Feed Hoya every few weeks during the growing period.
Potting mix: A well draining mix (Hoya are epiphytes), use a barky mix to keep it light and airy.
These plants are not known to be toxic but sap is an irritant, keep out of reach just in case.