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A face only a mother could love

Posted by greedyghost 5 (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 4, 13 at 16:19

Okay, I have a question for everyone.

Do you find all Hoyas beautiful, or do you find some of them too awkward-looking to make the cut?

(Feel free to post pictures of your ugliest Hoyas if it makes you laugh.)


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RE: A face only a mother could love

Cummingiana was one I grew for several years and I never particularly liked its wild, lanky growth. But I kept it because the photos of flowers I'd seen were beautiful. I never got flowers and eventually gave it away. I have no regrets...

But for the most part, call it a Hoya, and I LOVE it! What's new and interesting in the GG collection? I have some I got from you last year that are growing SO nicely... I think of you and think "TY, GG!!" each time I water them!

Denise in Omaha


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RE: A face only a mother could love

I can't really think of an ugly hoya...other succulents maybe. Generally the uglier the more I want it...hehe!


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