DaisyI said:Hoya lacunosa has leaves only about an inch long.
plantladylin said:I agree, Hoya carnosa which has variable leaves that can be solid green, or green with variable silver flecks. Blooms may be white or pink.
plantladylin said:Just be aware that the silver flecks may not always remain. I've had them (as well as the variegated Hoya carnosa Krimson Queen and Krimson Princess) revert to solid green.
Your plant seems to be a decent size so you may see blooms before long. I fertilize mine during the growing season with a very weak solution of bloom booster orchid fertilizer (one with a high middle number), I mix it with water and use it every two to three weeks during the summer. Look for blooming to take place during the warmer months of the year; watch for little growths (bloom spurs called peduncles) that resemble tiny microphones and don't ever prune them or you will lose future blooms: