Name: Lee Anne Stark Ontario, Canada Perpetually happy!
In case you all haven't heard, Dave is building a gardening website and a lot of gardening Cubits are moving over.
Cubits will remain the same as it is now. Read about it in this link: http://cubits.org/cubits/thread/view/60001/
I have decided (hopefully rightly) to leave the Hoya Cubit here. For a few reasons. First and foremost being that we wouldn't be able to move our database over...and you've all contributed so generously that I believe it is the BEST Hoya database on the web. Cubits has many more features suited to our needs than the other site will have.
I feel that we have more freedom here on Cubits to make the Hoya Cubit all that it has come to be...and I truly believe we're happy here.
I think this is a great site, and I hope that it stays the way that it is. I frankly don't think that I have the energy to help and try to recreate what we have here somewhere else. Good decision Lee Anne!
with everyone else. I am fine with "Hooked on Hoya's" residing right here! I did join the "All Things Plants" website and will visit there for information and chat on different types of plants .... but, you've created a special Hoya place right here and there's no need to move!
This is a great group and I'm so thankful for the sharing of imformation regarding these wonderful plants!
I really have enjoyed what I have read here and learned off all of those here - I am very happy with what you guys have done here...I think you have a great group of people on this site....Keep up the great work!
I agree with everyone else....I like this site just as it is and all the wonderful people who have made it the site it is. I have joined the other site as I do have 'other' plants,but this site is the best IMHO.
Flowers leave some of their fragrance in the hand that bestows them.
- Chinese proverb
Name: Carol Noel Hawaii (near Hilo) It's all about choices.
I think it's really great that the neighbours to the north are here!!! Seems we've always had Lee Anne and CeeDub..known them for years...and the more of you up there, the more sharing you can do and group orders, too!!!!
I'm glad this site is staying here...I know even if I haven't been able to check in that it's here, and I don't have the energy or time to go traipsing all over the internet for another Hoya site. Besides...Nice people, casual atmosphere, Great info, Beautiful pictures, (and isn't that the reason for gardening...plants are beautiful ) and NO DRAMA !
Whew! Found you! (right where I left you last - but I searched all over ATP & DG for any hint of where y'all went)
I am still a Hoya newbie with just the one Carnosa tricolor and one of it's leaves that got knocked off and is trying to root. Whenever I move back to the US I will be in the market for more of these beautiful plants