I have the right climate, lighting and even a good location.
There is a wooden fence between the neighbors and us. If I let the Hoyas climb the fence, I will have to plant them in the ground or put the planter on the ground. However, the area has already been dedicated for succulents as of last year. I have installed shelves in a terraced fashion. The wooden fence is made-up of stacked horizontal beams held by few posts, so there is no vertical support of proper width to bind around.
My plan is to hang the Hoyas high up and give them enough length to hang down. Way back in the past, I had few Hoyas that were allowed to hang. As one of the branches has found something to hold-on to and climb, it grew quite fast leaving the others way behind. Only the one which has found something to hang-on had a satisfactory growth.
But if there is nothing to hang-on to at all, will the vines still get long enough, or will I end-up with what looks like hanging heads with a bad haircut?