Just stopping in to see how you all and your Hoyas are doing. MIne are doing pretty well. My cutting of Ruby Sue is getting yellow leaves. I have it in soil, planted in a plastic cup, and I think it may need repotted. The soil dries out very quickly in it. Luckily, if it doesn't make it, I have a whole hanging basket of it in the living room, which is just bursting with new growth. Keeping a sharp look out for tiny peduncles :-).
Pubicalyx RHP, fungii, and bella are also showing new growth. Nummularoides didn't bloom for me this year, and it's healthy as can be. No signs of blooms on shepherdii yet, either.
WIshing this winter weather would slow down soon. Now's the time I wish I had a greenhouse. *sigh*. The mad scientist awoke in me the other day again, with the daydream of what would a cross between a Hoya and a Venus Flytrap would look like. I'd even name it Audrey II lol. ;-).
Sorry for my unrelated rambling, but nothing special is going on with my Hoyas, at the moment. Cooking and other gardening adventures, as well as life, have been keeping me sidetracked.
Brad AKA Moonwolf