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June Blooms - part 2

Posted by mayyan (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 16, 13 at 14:18

I opened a new one because the first started to be long.

cagayanensis IML 1600:

merrillii IML 0465:

bordenii IML 0775:

mindorensis yellow:

mindorensis pink:

mindorensis red:

cardiophylla IML 1685:

graveolens long leaf:

sp. LP PUK (hope one of you can identify this one):

the plant:

Last but not least hummingbird nest on hoya australis. The nest:

closeup on the mother:

The babys:


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RE: June Blooms - part 2

Gorgeous blooms Mayyan!! I love the all white blooms... so rare to see blooms that pure looking...you have some beautiful blooms. I especially love the hummingbirds nest on your austrailis...that is so Cool! Thanks for the great photos!!

Oh, I forgot to comment on the one hoya you are asking about...it looks similar to my Hoya vanuatuensis?? Possibly it might be that...

This post was edited by puglvr1 on Sun, Jun 16, 13 at 16:44


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Quite lovely collection you have there.

Renee


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thanks all for your kind words.

@puglvr1
Your vanuatuensis is beautiful . I am not sure mine is also vanuatuensis. The flowers on my plant are very close to the stem and also the leaves shape looks a bit different. Thanks for trying.


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So lovely, the iml 1600 is the best! I have heard mindorensis is sticky, is that true? I mean more than most hoyas! The nest is just so cute. ~ Mary


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Mayyan, thank you so much for starting a new thread and posting so many gorgeous photos! It was Hoya overload, for me. My eyes were boggled right out of my head. :P

I especially liked the mindorensis pictures. I have wanted to see this flower in person soooo badly since I started growing Hoyas, but your pictures are the next best thing. That yellow one is so delicate and hairy... it's crazy!

My lobbii (dark form) started opening right as I left town, but thankfully it was still in bloom when I got back (thanks for crossing your fingers for me, pug!) This one blooms for a looooong time! Also, the pictures make it look a lot lighter than it is. It's such a decadent gothy black raspberry shade. (This is the one I posted bud pictures of in the original June thread.)

Hoya lobbii (dark form)

Hoya lobbii (dark form)

Hoya lobbii (dark form)

Also my Hoya parasitica x pachyclada opened yesterday and wasn't it all set to have the best sap buffet in town!? :P

Hoya parasitica x pachyclada

Btw, does anyone else hate the new Flickr setup, where you have to be looking at the individual photo in order to grab the share code? Thanks for forcing about a zillion extra clicks by the time I'm done, Flickr! -_-


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Nice picture pepeuve...love the nectar dripping from the flower.

Wow...gorgeous pictures!! You're quite the pro with your camera GG...Thanks!

Hoya patella...


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Gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous! I can't get my one mindorensis to bloom, any tips?

And pug that patella is just simply lovely!

Renee


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Thanks Renee!! Can't help with your Mindorensis (don't have that one)...good luck!!


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@ rennfl

Thanks for the compliments. I got the mindorensis cuttings about 2 years ago and they all bloomed for the first time this June. I am not an experienced grower but if you want me to guess, I think a worm winter (about 18 degrees Celsius) and a lot of light did the trick.


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Great pics everyone!!!! Mayyan I particularly like your cagayanensis. The foliage on this plant is awesome! Also how neat is it to have a hummingbird actually nest in one of your hoya plants!!!

GG, that lobbii photo is very cool as is the parasitica X pachyclada.

I have but a single flower photo to share with you all today and it's of my H. praetorii in the process of closing. I think this is a really neat photo!!
 photo praetoriiclosing.jpg


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Oh Wow!! That is a really Cool picture, Very pretty David!!


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I can finally join in on the fun of sharing bloom pictures! Here is bella, blooming for the first time.

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Brad AKA Moonwolf


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Hoyas are such a cool plant! Your plants are absolutely beautiful! The conservitorie I volunteered at had not that flowed like water from its pot. Absolutely massive! Soon I will have one of my own!


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David, that is an Awesome picture! I love how it looks purple! Very pretty!

GG, the Lobbii blows me away! I can't even imagine it being darker in person!

Nancy, that H. patella is so pretty. It reminds me of a frilly quilted pillow!
The leaves are gorgeous! I hope your trip is going well. Youll have to catch us up on where all you went:)
Mayyan, I love all your photos. The Mindorensis Is especially exquisite! And I've never seen baby hummers! Thanks for posting!

Brad,congratulations!! Getting H.Belle Is A great accomplishment. It is a such beautiful, delicate hoya. One day I will try it.

This post was edited by teisa on Sun, Jul 7, 13 at 9:24


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Hi people:

Photos taken right now
each flower is of a different variety.

Regards.


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