My life is taken over by hoya; my days revolve around hoya care. I came home from work last night to find that one of my hoyas had bloomed and the flowers had dropped already since the last time I went into the room. I was not happy; I guess it would have been worse if I hadn't seen its flowers before.
Name: Carol Noel Hawaii (near Hilo) It's all about choices.
The true sign that you are hopelessly involved is when you rationalize by saying ..."Oh, well...just this one"... I cannot believe how much I have learned about life, geography, climate in SE Asia, growing epiphytes since starting with hoyas...and the rewards are wonderful!!!
LOL, I voted "kinda" hooked, I am not as bad as most of y'all. If I was 20 or 30 years younger I would have voted Hopelessly Humongously, Hellishly Hooked on Hoya! ... maybe it's a good thing that I didn't know or learn anything about Hoya's until 2006?? I keep saying "If only I had a greenhouse"!
I keep saying, just one more order. The other night I even rationalized my addiction by telling myself that I need to reward myself with hoyas because I have to work at my awful 3rd shift Target job. Then while I am there stocking shelves I notice things I could buy to sit my hoyas on.
No, but my wife might push me off the cliff if I keep saying 'just one more, honey, I promise!' I am totally gone and not ashamed of it. I keep looking for space I can utilize to add more, and several of you are really feeding my addiction, and I don't even want to join hoyaholics, so there! Ha!