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Var. Hoya Carnosa

Posted by jlt37869 8 (My Page) on
Mon, May 9, 11 at 12:51

As some of you may recall, I continually struggle with how to "manage" my grandmother's plant. Well, here's my latest approach ,,, I used metal rings to clip the twined vines onto a metal wallart piece that I picked up at hobby lobby and mounted to the ceiling. What do you think?

Bottom half:

Top half:

I set the camera on the deck and shot straight up. It's 10.5 ft from the deck to the ceiling. Crazy, huh?


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RE: Var. Hoya Carnosa

Oh my goodness that must have taken you all weekend! It looks fabulous though. Very inventive. I hope it appreciates all you do for it. *_*


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RE: Var. Hoya Carnosa

Wow! I didn't know your plant was THAT large! It will be a very pretty sight when it blooms! We don't have Hobby Lobby stores here where I live but I do like the wallart piece that you got!

Brad AKA Moonwolf


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simply fantastic
congrats


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OMG!! That's HUGE! I love what you did for it...very creative. I sure would never have thought of doing anything like that. Great job! I hope you never have to move,lol...


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Great job! Beautiful plant!

Susan


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