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#750786 - 03/13/12 01:21 AM Hoyas
Lisa Beth - Houseplants Offline
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This week's article discusses the care of Wax Plants, one of the most popular flowering plants for hanging baskets. I'm curious if anyone has photos of one in their home they are especially proud of. Mine is currently taking a winter rest in my basement, but the one in the greenhouse is blooming its heart out!

Hoyas - Houseplants
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#751029 - 03/13/12 11:38 PM Re: Hoyas [Re: Lisa Beth - Houseplants]
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I love my Hoya, it was a cutting given to me by a friend about 15+ years ago. I just kept winding the long shoots round and round over the years and now it is a huge mound of leaves about 3 ft high and nearly that wide around. It lives in the west window of the kitchen until May, when I put it out in the back of the house where it only gets late afternoon filtered sunlight, and it blooms all summer and then some.

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