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In bloom.

Posted by jan1_2007 10 SW Florida (My Page) on
Wed, May 26, 10 at 12:10

Hoya pallida.
Hoya mindorensis.

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RE: In bloom.

Oooh, pretty flowers! (LOL)

Seriously, I really love those mindorensis flowers! Where did you get it, Jan?! What kind of cactus is that? They kinda look like an epiphyllum flower (BTW, my new addiction!).

Brad AKA Moonwolf

RE: In bloom.

Nice hoya photos.I like to grow cactus and have a few times to grow them but always kill them in the winter.


RE: In bloom.

they are very beautiful and wow that is alot of cactus bloom mamms right id love st see some of mine in bloom

RE: In bloom.

Thanks everyone.
Brad, i think I got the mindorensis from Ebay a long time ago. I've lost my hoya database and my memory alone can't remember for sure.
Cactus is Chamaelobivia Hybrid "Rose Quartz". I love these cactues.

RE: In bloom.

Beautiful blooms!


RE: In bloom.

Very nice Jan. The cactus is really cute.


RE: In bloom.

Very pretty Jan! I'm not a cactus fan(mostly because of the needle like sharp spikes...(although I LOVE Jades and succulents)...but those are sure pretty blooms on those cactus! Thanks for sharing!

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