Hoya archboldiana, Cuttings 

More of the Hoya cuttings are rooting, so can be repotted. Hoya parasitica and Hoya archboldiana are the most recent species to root. These cuttings were taken in the same manner as the Hoya cuttings I described in a previous post. The only difference is the cuttings are smaller so multiple cuttings were put into 3l pots. Photos below.

Hoya archboldiana is a great plant. Discovered in Papua New Guinea in 1913 it quickly made it into cultivation. This species has 20cm long, waxy leaves and impressive pink flowers. It oozes tropical vibes. Below I’ve included some photos from Vermont Hoyas, it’s an interesting website about growing plants a long way from their comfort zone. Excellent pictures too.


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