Hoya latifolia albomarginata (formerly Hoya aff. macrophylla albomarginata) has, you guessed it, variegated foliage but the leaves are wider and have distinctive creases compared to the more common Hoya carnosa.
Hoya will cascade and look great in hanging baskets. Hoya are in the succulent family which means they are low maintenance. They prefer to be grown in a warm, bright room near a window or on a covered porch/patio. These are beautiful, full pots that are already vining! A very unique addition to your collection!
Flowers are pink with white centers.
General care requirements (research your specific conditions and adjust accordingly):
Light: Bright, indirect light. Dappled sun in early morning or late afternoon will be fine too.
Water: Allow soil to dry a bit between waterings. Allow it to get root-bound before going up one pot size.