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Hoya ID pls

Posted by yctan118 (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 9, 07 at 10:56

Hi all,
This is a native hoya from malaysia. Can you help me to ID pls?

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RE: Hoya ID pls

Hi,I am sorry I do not know the name of your hoya but when I visited Bangkok this summer I picked one up from the market that has leaves that look like yours I think. Is your leaves hard/stiff? Well this maybe not the case because by the time i got the poor plant home(Canada)almost all the leaves were starting to yellow and the leaves were very wrinkle so I cut it up and I think I have some rooted. But the leaves are very hard I can not remember what the plant looked like when I first got it. On a side note I love Malaysia we spent 25 days with a rented car going around the east coast and abit in penang and K.L. I hope someone can i.d this hoya for you,maybe it is the same one I have. Cindy

RE: Hoya ID pls

Hi Cindy,
Thanks for your reply. The leaf is not too soft but is definitely not the hard type.
Glad that you enjoy staying in Malaysia and you are always welcome to Malaysia again.

I am very new to Hoya... So far I only have a few types at home. I hope to learn more from this forum :D

RE: Hoya ID pls

Hi,yctan. Here is my picture's of the hoya I am talking about. The first two show the new cutting I was able to save and the third picture is how most of the plant looked before cutting it up.Do you think the plant looks like yours as I am new to hoyas myself.Cindy

RE: Hoya ID pls

Your plant looks like it could be Hoya mitrata.


RE: Hoya ID pls

It is probably a Hoya mitrata.

RE: Hoya ID pls

Those are all gorgeous,i'll take one of each!!

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