Sometimes You Just Have To Restart A Plant

Here is one example of many that I have had over the years of starting a plant over to get a nicer specimen. When I got Hoya amicabilis from Thailand, it came in pretty sad shape with moss wrapped around its roots, and while it flowered for me, the foliage looked pretty sad and ugly. After chopping it up, I ended up with 3 plants and a much better looking specimen. Here it is flowering on 3 different peduncles: