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Jan 26, 2014 8:21 AM CST
Name: Coralee
I'd like some input from hoya lovers and experts as to whether you think clear (transparent) pots are acceptable for use with hoya if they are not exposed to direct sun. Most of the pots now have UV protection.

I've potted up about 1/2 of my rooted cuttings in the 2" clear pots and they are great because you can see if you have nice root growth or not. It also makes watering a no-brainer because you can see if the soil is dry or fully saturated when you do water. Since my small starters are doing well, I'm thinking of moving some bigger hoya to these pots as well.

I'm thinking that these should be acceptable pots for all my hoya as long as they are not exposed to direct sunlight or are in a secondary container since hoya are a somewhat aerial plant in nature anyway and shouldn't mind having their roots exposed to some diffused light.

I'd appreciate any thoughts out there on these pots.

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