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So, what am I?

Posted by denise 5 (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 20, 09 at 7:37

So I think I determined that my so-called limoniaca is really verticillata. But now I need to know what my so-called verticillata is, because they don't look at all the same! The link shows what I got as verticillata - the leaves are substantially smaller than the "real" verticillata - about 2.5" long, 1" wide. It hasn't grown at all for me since I got it a year ago. No hint of growing this spring yet. Any ideas??

Denise in Omaha

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RE: So, what am I?

Did you ever find out what it was? I'm still so new to Hoyas . . . I have no clue!

Carolyn


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RE: So, what am I?

Here it is 2 years later, do you still have the plant and has it grown?


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RE: So, what am I?

Denise,

I was looking at your picture again . . . I have that same plant. I got the cutting in a trade two years ago, and the plant she took it from was labeled H. verticillata! hahaha

I'd really like to know what we have, too. ;)

Carolyn


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