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Reblooming on old Peduncles???

Posted by coralred Tropical (My Page) on
Sat, May 15, 10 at 4:36


I have this Shooting Star Hoya (Hoya javanica) where the old peduncles started to bloom again. Does hoya do this?

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RE: Reblooming on old Peduncles???

It can but the peduncles are not long lasting and they will drop after they bloom a few times. As the plant grows there will be a peduncle at each leaf node along the stem so a happy plant will be in almost constant bloom.


RE: Reblooming on old Peduncles???

So it's possible for it to bloom again. Thanks Mike.

RE: Reblooming on old Peduncles???

I was referring to the specific Hoya species you mentioned which drops peduncles after a few blooms but most other Hoyas do not drop the peduncles so readily and they may bloom from them for years.


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