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Have Hoya Cuttings

Posted by montanalady Zone 4 (My Page) on
Wed, Jan 14, 09 at 2:37

My Hoya is 20 years old I have male plant and female plant was told necessary for them to bloom. so you would get two cuttings.

Slow growing shrubby perennial with leathery leaves. white clusters of flowers that are extremely fragrant. As a house plant likes bright indirect light. moist but well drained soil.

would like to trade for any outdoor fragrant plants (or bulbs)for zone 4 or 5
fragrant Lillies, trumpet vine, wisteria, Lilac plants

CORAL HONEYSUCKLE (Lonicera sempervirens)or Trumpet Honeysuckle Vine
JANE MAGNOLIA (Oriental Magnolia Tree)
JANUARY JASMINE (Lonicera fragrantissima) or Winter Honeysuckle


Blueberry plants,
Stevia (Sugar Plant)
Flowering Crab Apple

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RE: Have Hoya Cuttings

GREETINGS would be interested i hoya later in year if you are interested in trumpet vine..they are dormant now i know i have orange but the other colors did not bloom last year so they would a guess cause tags gone let me know GOD BLESS

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