Repotting my Hoya
I repotted my precious hoya plant today for the first time ever. I have had it for 25 years and some vines are over 20 feet long. I have never taken any special care of it besides 'benign neglect'. I am wondering what I should look out for in case it goes into shock, etc. I have always had the long vines grow on hooks I fasten to the wall above the window...I have had lovely flowers...about 6 flowers twice yearly. I hope repotting was a good idea. Also, can you tell me if it would be a good idea to trim back some of the vines. They range from 3 feet to over 20 feet long. Shall I wait to trim until the repotting is stable, etc. Thank you for any advice.