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Posted by hong2007 9 (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 28, 10 at 23:31

I pick these up from HD today, I think they are hoya. There were no name tag on them. Would someone tell me if it a hoya and what type. Thanks a whole bunch.

found these 2 at homedepot for 3.80 each today.
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i know what these are just want to share
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Congrats on your new Plants...not positive,still learning(so much to learn)...the first one looks like Carnosa, the second one with the white edges on the leaves looks like Carnosa Krimson Queen? I just LOVE your gold fish plant, its beautiful! I've been looking for one locally for over two years...I guess they just don't sell them in my area :o(

Enjoy them!


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I second the ID of Hoya carnosa and Hoya carnosa Krimson Queen. Nice Brug by the way!

Pug look on The Violet Barn's site for Gesneriads and you should find a lipstick (Aeschynanthus) or goldfish (Coulmnea) species or two. You can get some really nice species from Gesneriad nurseries.

Mike


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Thanks Mike, I'm really hoping to find them locally if I can, because I hate paying shipping. I save those for hoyas,lol...
But if I really get desperate I will check out those sites you recommended, thanks!


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Thanks guys :) I wansnt sure they are hoya, but now Im glad I took a chance on them.
puglvr1, I can send you a cutting of my goldfish if you want. This is the first time I got them.


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Thanks for the nice offer hong! I will see if I can find a small rooted plant...I've not had much success at rooting goldfish for some reason :o(

Appreciate it though!


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