My History with Hoya lanceolata bella ‘White’ Part Five

After putting my very tiny two inch pair of cuttings into the propagation chamber, I had little hope that I would be able to save the plant.  The small pot just sat there for weeks doing nothing except that it lost one of its leaves.  Finally one day I looked at it, and it did not look quite as sad.  A few weeks later I saw that it was actually starting to grow a little bit.  I did not dare to hope for too much and left it alone.  After it grew to around five inches (one of the two cuttings was growing much faster than the other), I moved it out of the propagation chamber and into a warm grow tent to live with my other plants.  More tomorrow.

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