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HAVE: Billbergia Nutans

Posted by peanut01 7VA (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 21, 09 at 22:33

Have only common Hoyas and would love to expand my collection. I would love to trade some of these Bilbergia Nutans for some hoyas that I do not have.

Bilbergia

another...
Bilbergia

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Bilbergia Nutans

I would like to trade some Bilbergia Nutans for some Hoya or cuttings that I do not have. I can trade about 10 of these. They have been blooming twice a year for me with no special care for the last 3 years. I had the understanding that these are only supposed to bloom once a year though. Once in May and again in the Fall. I grow these as indoor plants here in VA. I take the pots outside in the summer though. They seem to handle any light conditions that I throw at them. The color of the plants are affected depending on the different light. THe blooms are longer lasting and brighter in high indirect light to part shade. I think they may be hardy in Z9 or Z9b, but would recommending someone researching this first.

Thanks for the consideration.

-Penaut01
David


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RE: HAVE: Billbergia Nutans

Can you list what hoyas you currently have?


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RE: HAVE: Billbergia Nutans

I do not have that many so I will list them here.

Lacunosa
Lacunosa x Obscura
Kentiana (maybe Wayetti)
Carnosa Compacta
Carnosa Compacta Variegata
Bilobata
Carnosa Variegata 'Rubra'
Carnosa Variegata 'Tricolor'

Thanks for the interest. I should really include that info :)

-David
Peanut01


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