A lady from a Hoya Facebook group asked me nicely for a cutting of my Hoya pubicalyx “royal hawaiian purple” and wanted to give me a Hoya verticillata (sold as Hoya citrina) cutting in return. Of course I said yes! I had never even heard of that variety.
So today she showed up with a massive shopping bag filled with cuttings, some with roots and some without. In that bag she had four absolutely enormous citrina cuttings close to rooting (one is even flowering, and I can’t say the smell of those flowers are pleasant), a Hoya sp. Black Leaves EPC-301 with roots and a small rooted Hoya davidcumingii. This was the first time I had a good and long plant talk with someone as plant-crazy as myself. She was such a nice and generous person!
Also I definitely don’t have room for all of these plants. What in the world am I going to do?