My mother in law swears she had a miniature Hoya carnosa with tiny leaves with white flowers that had a red center all over it, which she has pointed out on the Hoya carnosa but said that hers didn't have anything hanging down and the leaves on hers were tiny. This was over 40 years ago and I was thinking that maybe it was a plant that looks similar to a Hoya carnosa with the same flowers? If anyone could please help me out with this question I would greatly appreciate your time and help, and if by some chance you do know what she is talking about and you know where I could get one for her, well you would be my best friend and make my decade. Thank everyone who read this for your time!
There are bush types of Hoya; try searching for "Hoya bella". You will find it is a green leaf type as opposed to the variegated, but varieties do have red in the flower. Hoya bella makes a basket type plant, so while sort of vining the internodes are shorter than the Hoya carnosa and other vining types and so much more compact and under control. A useful search term is "short internodes".