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    Nice pic Paul. My retrocalla has a fragrance that to my nose is almost identical to citronella.
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    That Harella retrocalla is a real beauty, Paul! (Very nice image, as well...)

    This Stanhopea nigroviolacea 'Predator' opened Monday --- probably gone by tomorrow:




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    Anyone grow hoyas? I love their little star-shaped flowers.

    I have had off and on luck with them. My H. retusa flowered for me last year, and this year, seems to be doing well.


    My H. curtisii surprised me one morning with flowers, too. Totally unexpected, as I pretty much neglect that guy.


    I have a few other plants. My H. mathilde, pubicalyx, and onychoices x archboldiana seem to be doing well, but have not yet flowered for me.

    My macgillivrayii 'pandanus creek' is not growing, but not drying. My naumannii seems to be struggling a bit, but isn't dead yet.
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    Nice Hoya! (Might be better to put them in the misc. plant section next time.) Hope the mac does well for you. I've always wanted to try that one though I know it can be a huge sucker, but the flowers are also quite big as I recall. I gave away a couple of my Hoya. Currently only have carnosa 'Krimson Queen', DS70, and mindorensis.
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    I don't have a pic, but I have a small cutting of an unusual Hoya, H. imbricata. It hasn't done much for me, but I'm moving it into a greenhouse this weekend, so hopefully the constant humidity will give it a kick in the pants.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SubRosa View Post
    I don't have a pic, but I have a small cutting of an unusual Hoya, H. imbricata.
    Oooh, that is a neat one! From what I understand, it requires very high humidity to do well and likes very bright indirect lighting.
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    This Den is driving me completely .

    Taken JULY 7th!
    DSC_0602 by randallsimpson, on Flickr

    And today OCT 14th!
    DSC_0758 by randallsimpson, on Flickr

    Enough Waiting!!!

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    Dendrobium jenkinsii. It's a great spring bloomer and very easy to grow. The fragrance is nice too. Highly recommended!


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