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Anyone know this Hoya -- Crassipes?

Posted by pirate_girl Zone7 NYC (My Page) on
Wed, May 16, 12 at 18:38

Hi all,

Anybody know this Hoya pls?. It came to me a few yrs. ago after I turned Norma on to Hoyas. She collected them for a while & gave me this plant, which she said was growing up a wall at the Huntington Gardens (in Calif).

I lost it a while back but got some back from my sister. It's never bloomed for either of us, but I really like its glossy citrus looking leaves, which are usually tear shaped. An elegant & easy grower, but I've never been able to match this to any pix.

All ideas are welcome, TIA. Ain't she a pretty little thing?

H crassipes, back from JLS

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RE: Anyone know this Hoya -- Crassipes?

Here is an old discussion about this Hoya. The flowers should look similar to Hoya diversifolia or Hoya meliflua to the best of my knowledge.


Here is a link that might be useful: Hoya crassipes

RE: Anyone know this Hoya -- Crassipes?

What means TIA????


RE: Anyone know this Hoya -- Crassipes?

Thanks In Advance

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