I somehow managed to just barely keep this thing growing, when finally it started to hit its stride in the spring of 2022. I was almost afraid to do it, but I transplanted it into coconut husk along with some large perlite and put it into the summer greenhouse. It continued to slowly grow, but after I sprayed all of my plants with sulfur for a flat mite infestation the plant really took off. Hoya hamiltoniorum has never been shy about putting on peduncles but they would never successfully bud up. That was about to change.