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HAVE: Rooted Hoya Cuttings

Posted by karyn1 7a (My Page) on
Tue, May 8, 12 at 7:13

I have a few small rooted hoya cuttings, H. retusa, H. pubicalyx Royal Hawaiian and H. macgillivrayi. I also have what I think is H. carnosa varigata but some of the foliage is rounded instead of tapered. I also have several starts of Ceropegia linearis available. I would like to trade for succulents, caudiciforms or hoyas that I don't have. Please post here as emails have a habit of ending up in my spam folder.


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RE: HAVE: Rooted Hoya Cuttings

I have succulents that I could trade. aloe, haw, jade, normal colored pagoda, calico kitten, Aeoniums. and others that I cant think of the name of right now. any of those interest you? Are there any you are especially looking for?


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RE: HAVE: Rooted Hoya Cuttings

Sorry the hoyas are gone. Only ceropegias left.


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RE: HAVE: Rooted Hoya Cuttings

Hi Karyn,

I'm curious if by C. linearis you mean what's aka C. woodii. I did a search for it & images were very mixed w/ that of C. woodii. If it's NOT C. woodii, I'd be interested, I can swap you the C. woodii variant w/ arrow shaped leaves (instead of heart shaped); I've posted pix of the different shaped leaves either at C&S, Houseplants or Hoya Forum, I forget which.

Also have cuttings of C. sandersonii to swap (which hasn't ever bloomed for me, but could & is a cool looking bloom).

(PG) Karen


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