The 3 plants that came in the order were all labeled H. stenaokei, but what was puzzling was that two of them had pubescent leaves and one had glabrous leaves. I did not know if the vendor somehow made a mistake or not. I sold the smaller of the two pubescent cuttings, and kept one and kept the glabrous one. Both cuttings grew well under lights in the grow tent, but the pubescent one grew with much greater vigor. It was not long before I had to move it up to a 7 inch pot with a tomato ladder trellis.