Viewing post #978050 by AlohaHoya

After 13 years online, is scheduled to be shut down. Please make sure you have the contact information for all your friends, and that you download whatever content you want from this site.

You are viewing a single post made by AlohaHoya in the thread called RIP H. dasyantha.
May 30, 2013 9:18 AM CST
Name: Carol Noel
Hawaii (near Hilo)
It's all about choices.
Hoyas are really very forgiving...most of them grow like Philodendrons which are harder to kill than cockroaches!!! They are real survivors: each node has the capability of producing 1) new roots from under the petiole (stem of the leaf) and, 2) new growth from the meristem which is a small 'gland' on the top of the petiole close to the main stem/vine. For this reason, when you cut off a leaf, don't cut it close to the stem/vine...leave about 1/8". Sometimes you can even see the little growth point as a wee speck/bump.
Leap. The net will appear.

« Return to the thread "RIP H. dasyantha"
« Return to Growing Tips forum
« Return to the Aloha Hoya cubit homepage

Aloha Hoya

I have been collecting, studying and selling hoyas for about 10 years. This Cubit is about growing hoyas, and about the hoyas I have to sell. I welcome any and all hoya lovers, whether you want to buy or not. Hooked on Hoyas is another great Hoya sight

» Home
» Forums
» Articles
» Links

Cubit owner: AlohaHoya

Admin team:

» Contact the admins