Category Archives: Hoyas

Time To Talk About Hoya sp. AH-556 Seeds – 002

Frequently when I order from Thailand I like to order a couple of plants that I know nothing about and that have no published flower photos. It is always fun to try to be the first a something, and it makes it more interesting sometimes not knowing what the heck you will get. Hoya sp. AH-556 Seeds – 002 is a Hoya that falls into that category. Below the buds of the plant:

Hoya onychoides Is A Papua New Guinea Native

I’m going to make the best of this Hoya over the next couple of days as I will soon be chopping her up and selling her off. The reasons for this are: It is a large plant and takes up a lot of room, and I have two other onychoides that are supposed to be special clones with different types of flowers.

Hoya sp. NS05-055 Leaves Are Going Full Red Again

I’m so glad that Julie Kennedy got me a cutting of this plant again as it puts on such an incredible leaf display. I’ve decided that I have to cut back on some of the lighting in my tents as when leaves turn this red, it is a sign that they are getting too much light.

Another Look At Hoya sp. EPC-610 Aff. acuta

Hoya sp. EPC-610 Aff. acuta is an example of why I like Hoyas so much. It is a plant that you can have for years with just an occasional repotting. It flowers just enough to be interesting, but not enough to become annoying, and when it does flower the scent perfumes the room.

A Celebration of Hoya patella Day Two

Hoya patella is a plant as I’ve said many times before needs high humidity to do well. It is not that particular as to temperature, but its humidity needs are absolute or it declines quite rapidly.