I have two hoya plants both in bloom right now. I don't know the name of their variety, but they have three inch across clusters of small, pale pink flowers with red spotting. They have wound themselves through one another and up and down the beam they live on, as well as up into the skylights above them. Yikes. I may be moving, so they will have to be cut apart, so I can get them into the moving truck and new home.
Is it possible to propogate the pieces? Should I use rooting hormone, vermiculite or water, how long should each segment be, or should I just use the leaves? How long before they root, and can be given to friends?
I live near Nelson, BC, if anyone would like some of this.