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Jan 11, 2014 12:41 PM CST
Name: Doug
Lamoille County, VT
Jimmy, that plant is growing essentially in an indoor greenhouse. It is in a 4X8 grow tent that is one of three that I have set up in my basement. The humidity does run really high in there, especially at night. I've had good luck blooming macgillivrayi and the like outside in the regular house, without the high humidity, in the past, by using lights and giving the plant consistant 12-14 hour days.

Aaralynn, I guarentee that if you give your Hoyas a little time, they will reward you with plenty of blooms. Almost as exciting for me as the blooms will be getting new cuttings to root and start throwing out lots of fresh new growth.

Coralee, very healthy looking seedlings!


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