I will be posting all hoyas now, as they are more unique than my usual posts. This is a different blooming set now, as most of them are just flowering for the first time. They are bought as 1- or 2-node cuttings last year, and their good growth and adaptation to our very hot climate in my province, proved wonderful as you will observe with my photos.
Even the space for the peduncle is very thick not allowing any of them to move. It is a perfect round umbel.
Hoya buotii, the yellow form with its prominently displayed corona and very thick hairs on the corolla.
Individually, they are so elegant, look at those proud and thick corona! Isn't it lovely?
This is the plant, and it has 2 simultaneous open umbels with one following.
Hoya mindorensis is also in its first flowering. This is its first bloom.
After dropping the first blooms, another follow-up buds appear and they bloomed in succession.
All of them prod me to go home more often than monthly. Next week, i will be back, hoping some blooms are still waiting for me.