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HAVE: Hoya Imperialis rooted cuttings

Posted by dingos_mom (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 28, 10 at 13:40

I am Getting rid of this hoya as I guess I don't have the growing conditions that it wants at my house, all it ever does is grow real spindley and just plain looks ugly to me. So I cut it up into starts and put it in water in my greenhouse and now its rooted. I don't know for sure which Imperialiis this is because it has never bloomed for me.I would like to trade it for a couple starts of hoya caudata since it seems to grow well for me in a north window, and a few starts of christmas cactus. Here is a picture of the starts in my greenhouse:
Hoya Imperialiis
You could get a real nice pot of this growing because there are alot of starts in the cup.

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RE: HAVE: Hoya Imperialis rooted cuttings

I would LOVE to trade with you. I think I've got some Christmas Cactus starts left . . . :) No H. caudata, though. Feel free to look at my list and see if there is anything else you'd like in trade. :)



Oh, please shoot me an email from my page . . . you didn't have an "email me" link on yours, so I couldn't. :)


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