what's with all the different leaves on my one plant?
I have a hoya carnosa. It is my first and only hoya and I haven't had it very long. And I was wondering: why does it have so many different kinds of leaves? It has a scattering of tiny white leaves, (sooo cute) some longer thinner leaves, some almost round leaves.. and about a month ago it started growing a bunch of new leaves, but they're not the same either! Most of them are HUGE, like 5-6 inches long while the average of the rest of its leaves is 2.5 inches. And there's one new vine I just noticed that has only Krimson Princess style leaves, (green edges, white center, no white at all touching the edges) when the rest of the plant is Krimson Queen. (any variegated leaves have the white primarily on the edges.) These Princess leaves are the most regular in size and shape, and are on the smaller side of the overall average for my plant, in contrast to the huge leaves that it's growing at exactly the same time elsewhere.
What is up with all of this???
By the way, this is seriously the coolest and WEIRDEST plant I've ever had.