This is a species from the Philippines. It is a good hanging plant with long, thin leaves. It is somewhat similar to H. kentiana, but without the red-green edge to the leaf. The leaves can be up to 8 cm long and 1.5 cm wide and have a tendency to stand upright. The leaf will also curl lengthways giving it a canoe appearance.
The plant needs to be fairly old before it will flower. The flowers are reddish-orange and reasonably small. For some reason which I cannot explain, it tends not to be attacked by insects such as mealy bug or red spider mite. The plant can take a lot of heat and dryness. On the other hand, it can take a lot of water, but only up to a point. You can overwater it, so be careful.
At the moment, I have rooted and unrooted cuttings available.

 

Hoya loheri

Hoya loheri