由來自夏威夷的Michael Miyashiro將Hoya vitellinoides 和Hoya vitellina交種而生的Hoya cv. Noelle，繖形花序，常有15-20朵花聚集呈半球形。淡黃的花朵向後反曲，其中有粉色副花冠作為點綴，其活潑卻柔嫩的顏色搭配，遠看倒和鮮嫩的蜜桃有幾分相似。微微彎曲的葉片有著顯眼的葉脈，若種植在陽光強烈的環境下，葉面常會轉為咖啡色並帶有許多深紅斑點，而即使把葉色種得深紅，也深受許多人喜愛。
Hoya cv. Noelle is a cross between Hoya vitellinoides and Hoya vitellina hybridized by Michael Miyashiro from Hawaii. The inflorescence is made up of multiple flowers in a group of an umbel. Its color combination makes it look like a fresh peach when looking from far away. The recurved flowers have yellow, star-shaped petals with a light pink corona in the center. The leaves are slightly curved with distinctive, dark green veins. If it’s grown in strong sunshine the leaves tend to turn brown and have a lot of red markings. But even with much darker-colored leaves, it’s still a popular variety among Hoya lovers.
Hoyas love 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, airflow, 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 waterings to prevent root rot. In addition, fertilizing monthly and treating your Hoya with insecticide also help keep your plants healthy and insect-free.