Only hoya in bloom at my house right now is lacunosa snowcaps. Do have a couple budding....
Very excited about this one!
Serpens! It bloomed once several years ago with one umbel, then went downhill. It's now growing in hydroton and in a northern window. Has over a dozen penduncles with at least 3 or 4 budding right now. Not as impressive as the other one recently posted, but I'm still excited!
Hoya merridithii x crassicaulis - will be a first timer and is still VERY small
Hoya publicalyx Bright One - LOVE this one!
Hoya bella - this is mostly regular bella with a few stems of variegated Luis Bois thrown in. It's outside right now and has been tolerating the 90+ degree days fine (????). Again, no where near as lovely as the one recently posted, but has a good many buds for a smaller plant!
The hoya relative Milkweed. Have 4 different colors of it this year!
And this one (not a hoya)sold to me as: Acanthorhipsalis,Rhipsalis-golden orange flowers. Can't really find much info on it:
Plus australis is budding for the first time and another hoya I received in a trade is budding - right now it's a noid to me.
Can't wait for blooms!
Wishing lots of buds and blooms for everyone!