Start a new plant from an old one?
I have a Hoya plant that belonged to my grandmother. Not sure which kind it is, but it looks exactly like the picture in the upper right of the forum page. Bella?
Although I have lots of houseplants, this is my only Hoya. It is in the same pot that we brought from her house. It is doing good, blooms in the winter & smells up the whole living room.
It has "vines" growing out of it, some are 2 ft. long. There are no leaves on these "vines" but there are groupings of little bumps/nodules on the vines.
Can I cut these & start a new plant from them? I have read about messing with the root ball to start new plants, but don't want to do that. I am afraid I would kill it & it is important to me to keep this plant. Grandma had lots of plants but this was the only one she had left when she passed away.
Thanks for your help.