Hoya caudata comes from native Thailand and Peninsular Malaysia to Sumatra and Borneo, growing epiphytically on trees in lowland forests. They have some of the more interesting leaves of a Hoya species. Some of the caudata have leaves with wavy edges. When exposed to a brighter sun, caudate will appear to be more red than green
Most Hoya does not like to dry out, but doesn't like to have too wet soil– keep medium slightly damp. They also do not like to be moved around too much. Keep the plant at where it is once they are happy with where they are. They prefer bright shade and medium humidity. Most Hoya serves well as a hanging plant but there is no rules to say that they cannot look just as good to be in a non hanging form too. Be creative with the display.