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Cuppa Hoya anybody?

Posted by pirate_girl Zone7 NYC (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 22, 11 at 22:41

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a no ID I've had for a while. Could consider Krimson Queen, except it's not hard & succulent like those leaves, it's thinner leafed, daintier & more leathery to the touch.

I laughingly call it H ficus benjamina, 'cause that's what it always reminds me of, w/ its thin, delicate white outline & dainty, lightly held leaves.

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up close, isn't this lovely?

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RE: Cuppa Hoya anybody?

It's beautiful, whatever it is. Sure looks like Krimson Queen to me.

Hope you're having Happy Holidays. I'm done thru with my shopping, wrapping, etc. Whew!

TPie


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RE: Cuppa Hoya anybody?

It is probably a krimson Queen, just a very young one. I have one in a small pot that has very narrow edge of white. The branch came from my older plant with more white on edge. Maybe it wants to be a 'chimera'? LOL

HAPPY HOLIDAYS EVERYONE!!!


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