I had a chance recently to sit down for an interview with Maria Failla from Bloom and Grow Radio. She does a wonderful job of putting her interviewees at ease, and I think that my show was very came out pretty well. If you want to give it a listen, the link is here: https://bloomandgrowradio.com/hoya/
Here is a video that I recently made discussing all of the different products that I have used over the years to grow my Hoyas:
Here is a little video that I made showing one option for growing your Hoyas outside over the course of the summer if you meet certain criteria like having ample shade.
Here is the final installment of my Hoya trellising trilogy where I describe the best of the ready made small trellises available at this point.
Here is a three minute video showing Hoya lasiantha with two peduncles of flowers, and me explaining why I think that I managed to stop the buds from aborting this go round.
I had a major re-potting and plant maintenance day yesterday, and decided maybe I could turn it into a video. This little five minute video shows how I handled Hoya kerrii. There is nothing earth shattering to be learned here; it just shows the stuff that needs to be done on a regular basis to keep your houseplants happy and healthy.
Here is my newest You Tube video giving the first look inside of my new house. I take a set of bare windows and fill it with – You guessed it – Hoyas! I struggled with the lighting for this video so it is a little dark in places, but every time I tried to film the plants there was a little too much light streaming in, which made the plants very dark. I do however think it will give you the general idea. Without further ado, Decorating with Hoyas or Who Needs Curtains Anyway?
Here is the final installment in my Hoya lasiantha video trilogy:
Here is the second video installment detailing my experiences with Hoya lasiantha:
Those of you who have followed this blog for some time know the problems I have had with Hoya lasiantha since I received the plant. I have filmed three video segments showing my trials and tribulations with this sometimes exasperating Hoya over the period of six months. Here is the first film of the video series: