Hoya carnosa tricolor in snail shell (Also known as Hoya kimson queen)
Hoya carnosa, the porcelain flower or wax plant, is an Asclepiad species of flowering plant in the dogbane family Apocynaceae. It is one of the many species of Hoya that are native to Eastern Asia and Australia. It is a common house plant grown for its attractive waxy foliage, and sweetly scented flowers
Hoya carnosa "tricolor" is one of numerous cultivars of this Hoya genus of woody climbing plants. The leaves can possibly have 3 three kinds of colour like green, cream yellow and pink. However, it might not always be so but brighter shade of light and periodic fertiliser can usually help.
The product comes potted in snail shell and can be a hanging plant. (Variation of leaves do differ from plant to plant).
Keep in bright shade sunlight and water when medium start to dry.