Also one of my top five. I enjoy growing this and always appreciate the person whom sent this to me doing so.
Very nice but with only 3 leaves to a stolen, not my #1. Shows it's relationship to guineensis. But with it's wide thick leaves, what's not to like. Hahnii is still my first love. They could stack and have hundreds of leaves. I too have lots of respect to the ones who introduced me to these wonderful plants.
Okay guys, here's mine. I got some good growth last summer, now it's just on hold.
Wow! You guys have some nice big ones! Beautiful!!!
Are there any two leaves exactly the same on your plant? Wow, that is crazy.
Here's another shot of the same plant. As far as I can see, each leaf is different. Some of the mostly green ones are pretty big. I can't wait to see what it does this year.
Yes, I feel pretty lucky to have my friends here on Garden Web. So much knowledge and sharing.
Oh-mi-GOSH! You guys are growing some beautiful stuff! :-) Excellent pictures of well-grown plants. I like the variegated masonianas, too.
No pups yet on the variegated masoniana yet. Got to be some thing going on under soil. Hopefully come next month I'll have some thing to show.
Gosh BMock the white stripes in that last pic are really, really beautiful. My favorite kind of look & the wider leaves of Masoniana, yum!!
Lovely comments you've made too, thanks.
Thanks PG! Funny how much whiter that picture looks. Same plant.
I have my liminifolia going and a long jungle cacti leaf has sprouted, both from our trading. How are your hoyas doing?
I always love to check in here and see what everyone has been growing. I am thinking about moving sans outside in the next few days. I have a few aloes outside now and they seem happy.
Sorry, I am getting off topic.
Thanks, good to see your swap proceeds are thriving. Sadly mine aren't. The cutting from you (H. Mathilde) was great 'til last year sometime, then didn't make it, its cousin (H. chouke) from someone else, is down to its last piece. Had some losses Post Hurricane Sandy & after. Sigh...
But my Sans. Bantels Sens. (just 2) are still plugging along.
Very nice Sans. you opened the thead w/ Woodnative, I wanted to say so & sorry to digress your thread a bit.
Gorgeous plants indeed everybody!
PG, Let me know if you want to start up some of those tiny hoyas. I have several that could use a trim. You will surely have better luck this year.
So kind of you to offer, I think I'd like to take you up on it, just don't have much to trade these days. Let me look around & I'll EM ya.
And I DO say thanks as those smaller leafed Hoyas Chouke & Mathilde were just charming.
Glad to see interest and even if a little off topic it isn't really. Michaela glad to see you here!! Bmock really like that one offset with the white centers on the leaf. PG I lost some plants and fish post hurricane Sandy when there was no electric.....I appreciate your experience of that and I think you were off electric much longer than us! Stush things are starting to show promise of warming up and hopefully we will all get some new growth soon.
Yes, and it looks like we are going to get busy here.