There seems to be some question as to whether my Hoya pachyclada might be Hoya subquintuplinervis. All I know if I bought it under the pachyclada name from Melanie Myers years ago. She was a very knowledgeable Hoya grower, and I will leave my plant labeled as is until I know definitively one way or another. When you look at photos online, it could be either or. Whether you want to call it H. pachyclada, or H. Hoya subquintuplinervis you will have to agree that it is one of the finest Hoya plants of all time. I started my plant over this past year and it already has bloomed several times. Here are photos from this week:
Here is a fun little video that shows the changes in Hoya kanyakumariana over the nine years that I have owned it.
In what seems like a constant quest to find a medium that works for Hoyas when soil mixes fail, here is a video that I’ve made on growing Hoyas in Sphagnum. So far it is working great on some and poorly on others.
One of my favorite Hoyas – Loved it when I got it, and love it today!
Here is a two part video tour of Hoya pentaphlebia filmed over the course of about 13 months:
Here is my video of a very happy Hoya phuwuaensis:
Here is the video that I made of this wonderfully perfumed mega-bloomer from a few weeks ago:
People love their large flowered Hoyas of that there can be little doubt. I cobbled together this video out of unreleased imperialis footage from the vault a few weeks ago and have already had over 1,100 views. There will be no more H. imperialis videos from me as there is really nothing more to say.
Here is a three part video show increasing success with Hoya padangensis over the period of a few months:
While this video that I recently published is from a couple of years ago, I still grow the plant and look forward to more of these gorgeous flowers in the near future.