So, I'm really sad that I couldn't find my camera in time to take pictures of these cuttings when they arrived because it looked like a HUGE coil of rope slid into a Priority Mail box. ...I'm telling myself that means I need to negotiate a future rope so I can get a proper picture.
Just thought I would share my new amazingly generous cuttings from the wonderful David, who is my new hoya hearthrob. (They make wall posters of those, right?) As you can see, they were so bountiful that for the first time ever, I chopped them up. I am also experimenting with the loop method Josh has been alluding to, so please chime in if I did it wrong!
Also forgive the dehydration issues. They arrived lovely and I should have photographed them the night I potted them up but I started at 11:30 and it took me a long time to uncoil the rope, so...
Oh, also excuse the weird stick props, which are a temporary strategy so I could give them a spell in the cutting aquariums.
Hoya sp. Bogor
Thank you to mikedahms for turning me onto this one.
Hoya erythrostemma (IML 1188)
...lol this will be my 3rd erythrostemma
Hoya engleriana Vietnam (big leaf)
I also received cuttings of Hoya acuta (IML 0079), Hoya siamica, and Hoya subquintuplinervis from Joni, which I couldn't photograph because the light was getting too bad, but I did get the plants that came with them.
Hoya oreogena (IML 1513)
Hoya mitrata (IML 1575)
Thanks for looking. ^_^