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New Cultivar? K.P.x wayettii!!

Posted by tigerdawn 7 (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 31, 13 at 13:14

Look what I found!


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RE: New Cultivar? K.P.x wayettii!!

It's just a variegated form of wayetii. I got one last summer from CBFM on eBay. (I think he called it kentiana as so many people do...) Where did you get yours?

Denise in Omaha


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RE: New Cultivar? K.P.x wayettii!!

Oh, well ok. I'd never seen one before. It was at a local nursery (the kind that call all their hoyas H. exotica).


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RE: New Cultivar? K.P.x wayettii!!

It's a really nice one. Mine didn't do much until this spring and now it's growing nicely. I have a feeling it will be one that tries to revert back to all green - I've already got a couple all green leaves on mine. I know a couple other folks on here got one back when they were new and SO expensive on eBay (I paid a chunk of change for mine!!) Have any of you seen signs of reverting back to all green??

Denise in Omaha


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RE: New Cultivar? K.P.x wayettii!!

I like that one a lot, Tiger. :) I think it's still pretty new on the circuit, so I'm not surprised it's the first time you've encountered it. I would be pretty excited to bump into a basket of it in person!

Clearly some plants have such obvious wide appeal that they hit mass propagation F-A-S-T! It seems like only yesterday that people were snapping up ebay pots of it.

Haha, loved your KP x wayettii propositon, btw. ;P

@ Denise

Interesting observations about the reversion. Thanks for sharing!


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