Best practices for H. wayetii?
Hello everyone! I hope someone can give me a few answers or point me in the right direction...
I rescued a H. wayetii from Lowes (for $1!), one of those 3 quart hanging baskets from Exotic Angel. The fella working there said that birds had beat it to hell, and so they discounted it. It really does look very ratty; the crown has lost a lot of leaves and some of the vines have started to dry up. However, there's still lots of vines in the pot that look fine further down.
What would experienced Hoya growers do? Take cuttings and trash the rest? Or will H. wayetii regrow leaves on some of the denuded parts and I should just leave my pot alone and let it recover?