Hoya carnosa compacta variegata

A long boy with a long name. It outgrew the plant stand I normally use for smaller hanging plants, so I thought it deserved its own spot in the sun. I measured the two big vines to be 65 cm from the soil line to the tip of the vine.
I gave all of my Hoyas, including this one, a big dose of fertilizer last week and they all went crazy. They must have needed it after a long and dark winter with no growth whatsoever. This fertilizer is designed to help flowering plants bloom and I think it works. Both my Hoya bella and Hoya pubicalyx “royal hawaiian purple” are growing new peduncles!

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