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Bright red Hoya

This is a discussion on Bright red Hoya within the The Jungle forums, part of the Land Plants category; I've got myself another Hoya, after falling in love with my first one... anyways this ...

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    Default Bright red Hoya

    I've got myself another Hoya, after falling in love with my first one... anyways this one doesnt
    have any fragrance at all however, the striking bright red flowers are really eye catching, not
    to mention it has around 4 spikes and this is the first one to open. I dont know the name of
    this one so hopefully someone here knows it.
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    Not a Hoya fan myself but this lovely little gem may just have changed my mind.

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    Cool plant shot too!! Very striking blooms.

    Cheers,
    BD

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    Hoya wayetii

    Beautiful plant!

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    Quote Originally Posted by catttan View Post
    Not a Hoya fan myself but this lovely little gem may just have changed my mind.
    Im not a fan of Hoya myself Yew, but my first Hoya that bloomed under my care changed my mind, now Im addicted to Hoya and in the process of acquiring more.

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    Thanks BD...

    @Derek thanks for the ID.

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    Hmmm correction...

    Sorry, its a Hoya kentiana which has long narrow leaves.

    Hoya wayetii has wider and short leaves although they have the same leaf color patterns with Hoya kentiana.

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    Ah thanks Derek

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    awesome! i have two as well, but i am going to expand i have carnosa and bella.

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