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|JULIE!! You wild girl you!
Please check out Stuart McLean's Vinyl Cafe- the story "Mexican Climbing Mint". It's hilarious!
I like the variety with Hoyas. Some I let hang & climb, some I've trained.
I purchased a large box of dragonfly clips to help train those everywhere vines.
I have a Silver Pink & it's just climbing the ropes of it's hanger, and you could actually watch it throughout the day wind itself around those rope supports. Some smaller ones stay pretty compact.
I guess I do whatever pleases me with those everywhere vines. I've some wild & some trained. Some Hoyas are so flexible, you can change your mind on how you want to grow them.
But I find the best way to deal with them is to give cuttings to friends!
"When you have only two pennies left in the world, buy a loaf of bread with one, and a lily with the other."
- Chinese Proverb