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New bloomer

Posted by haxuan Vietnam (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 21, 10 at 1:39

Thanks for looking.

Xuan


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How pretty! I just got this one in a trade thanks to a DG member and it's in bud now!

Kelly


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Xuan your garden is just beautiful, oh and your Hoya to. Is this your garden in the North?

Mike


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Very pretty Xuan...thanks for sharing!


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Absolutely stunning!!! What is it? Some type of Multiflora? Really breathtaking Xuan!!!

~Tish~


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Really neat blooms, Xuan! Is it fragrant? It's the most unique multiflora that I've seen. The one most commonly referred to as multiflora is actually called javanica? They say the flowers have a citrus (lemon) scent.

Brad AKA Moonwolf


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Beautiful!!


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Thank you everyone, really appreciate your interest in my plant.

No, I couldn't detect any scent from the blooms, I may try to sniff them again in the evening to see if they smell.

I'm still "unsure" of the plant ID; even a hoya person (Apodagis owner) could not agree if it's a "multiflora" or not due to its leaf form. But judging by the form of its bloom, Mike believed it's a true form of multiflora.

I couldn't find a multiflora with similar-looking leaf form on the net, though!

Xuan


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Brad here is the photo montage of the flowers of the three plants the are often all referred to as Hoya multiflora.

Mike

Here is a link that might be useful: Hoya multiflora montage from STEMMA Journal


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