Hoya carnosa compacta
Hoyas are one of the most interesting and satisfying plants to grow. With a huge number of species, hybrids, and cultivars they have a form for everyone's liking. Hoyas are known for their thick waxy foliage and fragrant flowers (known as peduncles). Their growing regions stretch from the Southern Asian countries all the way to Australia. This cultivar is an odd version of the species Hoya carnosa. Known for is compacted foliage, its commmonly refered to as the rope Hoya given when the vines get rather long it can appear to look like strands of rope.
Hoyas love bright light around 2-3 hours of direct sun but not all day sun. Usually they will thrive in a East or West window or off to the side of a South window. You need to let Hoyas be in well draining mixes and let dry about half way, watering usually every 12ish days. You can just add some perlite, bark, and charcoal. They prefer to be pot bound so no need to constantly up pot them every season.