Hoya danumensis Back From A Restart

My original H. danumensis had gotten to large to properly care for so I chopped it all up this spring and started a number of cuttings. I sold the best of them and I saved the two worst looking ones for myself and put them in a large pot with coconut husk, and it has already flowered! It took me forever to flower this plant originally and now it flowered in only a few months. The moral of the story is to never be afraid to restart a plant from cuttings!