A Hoya manipurensis is a perennial epiphytic plant which comes from Southeast Asia such as the Indonesian Islands. Its itty-bitty, fuzzy flowers bloom in dense cluster, and the unique leaf shape with pointed tips which make it almost look like a heart shape is the outstanding characteristic that fascinates a large number of Hoya lovers to collect them.
Hoyas loves light, but definitely do not expose them to direct sun. It is best to grow them with well-draining growing medium in a well-ventilated environment to meet their preferences: warmth, bright dappled sunlight, air flow and humidity. You can spray around the plant from time to time to keep it happy with 60-80% humidity. Make sure to let the substrate dry down enough between watering to prevent root rot. In addition, fertilizing biweekly or monthly and treat your Hoya with insecticide also help keep your plants healthy and insect-free.