My Hoya platycaulis that I bought from Gardino’s last September was looking sadder and sadder, so I decided to try to restart the plant. I reasoned since it had done so poorly for me in soil that I would try it in some other mediums. First I had to root it, which is extremely difficult, but was fairly straight forward using my water method. After it rooted, I put two cuttings in sphagnum and two cuttings in a product called Lechuza Pon (much more on this medium at a future date). The flowers below are from one of my cuttings in sphagnum. It is still to be determined if this medium will work out, but the plant is holding its own for now.