Hoya obtusifolia Has Gone Insane In About A Year

For those of you who have been reading my ramblings for a few years, you may remember that it took me years to produce a total of 3 flowers on my Hoya obtusifolia plant. The big problem with the plant is that it only flowers with decreasing day length in the fall. It flowers in October in Florida, I can’t have it outside at that time in Vermont as it would freeze. To make a long story shorter, I moved this plant from a 14 hour days to 12 hour days, and this is the result. It is dripping buds from as many as 16 peduncles. I grew this plant from a cutting started a year ago growing in pure tree fern. Here are a few of those buds: