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Oct 21, 2011 3:45 PM CST
Name: Alka
South Florida
Hi Carol, no need to apologize. I found info elsewhere already.I posted this on 'Hooked on Hoya' also where people did respond.
Plant is blooming profusely and it's sent is lovely and travels several feet,specially in the morning. I am assuming I will need to bring it in if temps go below 50.
One thing though,I wonder how northerners manage all this bringing in and out, These plants do get big eventually.I do not even have place to hang them yet. Right now it is hanging on a Plumeria branch outside. Polka dot wasp moths seem addicted to it's bloom. I see no nectar but they seem to be drinking from flowers.

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