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This Hoya is flowering now and how! I counted 14 flower bunches! Nev and Marge I think this is one you gave me a few years back. It's growing very happily in a hanging basket in my pergola. The curly leafed one you gave me with the pink flowers has been flowering well too.
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Thanks so much Lena, hugs to you my friend. ♥♥

Thank you Jan for another beautiful flower ♥️♥️


Nev the curly leafed one is SO long, but yes it's been flowering for a while now, two or three lovely pink bunches every few days. Hugs ♥♥♥


She certainly was speedy Nev, hugs ♥♥♥


Janet, Marge said to tell you that the curly-leafed Hoya puts all of its energy into the leaves, and that hers rarely flowers. Count yourself lucky if it does. ♥♥♥


Janet, not really, I was super "snail-like". Good on you Dize - I expected nothing less. ♥♥♥


And you beat super speedy Nev, Diane. This is the Hoya that Marge and Nev gave me. Yes I remember your fabulous Hoya. Thanks and hugs. ♥♥


I had a beautiful hoya in the last house where we lived, but I had to unwind it carefully from a trellis when we moved, and it got annoyed with me and died. Hoyas are very popular here at the moment and are very expensive in garden centres.


Well done Nev, you were super speedy! Hugs. ♥♥♥


Thanks jandchris, I'm sorry to hear about yours. Yes it would have been honey, the ants love them. Cheers, Janet.


Dize, I just had to laugh - I attacked this one with the pace of a snail, and then fell off my chair when I saw myself on top of the Board. How embarrassing!! But then, only 5 solvers at this stage. ♥♥♥

Beautiful! I had one in the lounge and had to move it outside to the Garage as it kept dripping "honey" (for want of a better word). The worse thing I ever did, as I forgot it was there and it died for want of a drink. I could have kicked myself. Yours is simply beautiful and is obviously very happy where you have it. Enjoy!!!


Patsy that's where I grow my orchids too, but I bring some of them inside to enjoy them when flowering. It's open on two sides and against the house, also protected from westerly winds, which are the coldest winds we get here.

That's an interesting way to grow hoya. And Janet, you grow your hoya in a pergola. So you can enjoy the aroma outdoors without being overwhelmed indoors.


Thanks so much Patsy, that's how we grow them here, they hang down a long way and then you loop them back up. I'm sorry you gave away your hoya. Hugs my friend. ♥

Wonderful! I don't think I've ever seen a blooming hoya in a hanging basket.

I miss my hoya. I had one on a round trellis, indoors of course. The aroma got so strong in the evening that I could no longer tolerate it, so I gave away my beautiful hoya.

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