Hoya onychoides (macgillivrayi) has clusters of flowers that are each over 2" across. Not your typical hoya!

 Hoya onychoides
     (we bought it as macgillivrayi)
     This is a spectacular species of hoya. The flowers are a rich burgandy color and are unusually large—each on is up to 2” across. The leaves are very thick and fleshy. We’ve grown ours alongside other hoyas for years and they’ve grown and bloomed beautifully! This one is SPECIAL!

Please note: This is most likely Hoya onychoides [which was apparantly mistakenly circulated as Hoya macgillivrayi for years]. We purchased it as macgillivrayi and this flower photo is of our parent plant from which we make the cuttings.