HI everybody. I've been lurking on this forum for almost a year and a half now, and have to first thank everybody for the info that I've gained. This is a great place.
I'm mainly an orchid grower, but came across Hoyas about 2 years ago, and thought they would be interesting to get into as well.
I do have a question that I hope you can help me with. I have a H. paziae that I received as a cutting in spring of 09. It was actually my best grower, but recently it is not doing too well. The stems look ok, but the leaves are thinning, and the pot is not drying out at all, it almost seems like the roots are not taking up any water. I did take some cuttings and are trying to reroot, but is there anything special about this Hoya's requirements that I can do to try and save the main plant? I had it in med light conditions, but moved it to a shadier spot recently, thinking that the heat/sun might be the problem, but it hasn't responded to that.
Also second questions, do Hoyas typically do well in semi-hydo?