Growing Hoya desvoeuxensis Part Two

After transplanting my little cutting grew steadily, but was somewhat chlorotic. I was surprised that it put on its first peduncle very early after I had had the plant for less than a month. I did not want to get too excited as I know that many of these plants can have peduncles for years and never flower. I did however get somewhat more jazzed when it started to bud up with only a few leaves. I initially had 3 buds but after a watering that was somewhat too enthusiastic, 2 of the buds yellowed and fell off. One bud however did hold on and made it to term.