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Dischidia acutifolia

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Large flat spear shaped leaves on a vigorous vine. Very nice plant.
Dischidia albida

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. Vining type
Dischidia albida

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Received this plant in 2006 as Dischidia albida from Bob Smoley. Unlike the other plant I have as albida, this one has spade shaped leaves on a thick fvine. Very robust grower. No flowers yet so no real ID.
Dischidia albiflora

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Plant originates from Bob Smoley. Looks like a plant I received as albida from Rainbow Gardens years ago. Glasshouse Works also sells it under this name I think. Most likely a variant of bengalensis.
Dischidia balansae

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Received this plant from Karl Heinz Tessner in 2004. I have not seen it flower so a positive id is still pending.
Dischidia bengalensis

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Stick or cork bark mounted specimens. Some in bloom.
Dischidia calva

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I got this plant from Rainbow Gardens years ago. It was very unusual for a Dischidia since the growth was very tight and more like a bush and not a vine. I have since lost that plant. I received a cutting from Ted Green and another from Brian Williams. I suspect the one from Brian actually originally came form my original plant. None have shown the same growth habit as my original plant.
Dischidia cleistantha

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Was listed as D species 'Thailand'. It has now been described by Dr Tanya Livshultz as ceistantha.
Dischidia diphylla

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Another shingler. Very much like imbricata and cleistantha.
Dischidia formosana maxium
(formosa #1)

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Received this plant from Glasshouse Works. I have also recieved similar plants from Norma Lewis. I suspect the actual species is formosana and the Maxium tag is the name of the author.
Dischidia fructiculosa

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Large leaves and sort of spade shaped. White flowers with purple to pink tips.
Dischidia hirsuta

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at least 2 leaf nodes. A really unusual (for Dischidias) fuzzy leaf. A rapid spreader in good light. Vining type.
Dischidia hirsuta 'Red Leaf'

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Fuzzy leafed dischidia that has a red leaf when exposed to sun. of at least 2 leaf nodes.
Dischidia imbricata

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Nice flat growing leaves with pale yellow flower clusters. One of the shingle type dischidias. of at least 2 leaf nodes.
Dischidia khasiana

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This is a very nice tight growing Dischidia. It looks like a small species Geri with a leaf size about half the size of Geri. I can find no reference to this name other than the source of these plants. s
Dischidia lanceolata

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I recieved this plant first from Rainbow Gardens as Near Burma. I also recieved the same plant from Yale Sedman as the same thing. It has now been id's as lanceolata
Dischidia lanceolata

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May actually be acuminata but will leave it the same until I get confirmation. Strong vine with large leaves on a vigorous vine.
Dischidia lancifolia

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Very nice looking vine with spear shaped leaves with a light green midrib.
Dischidia littoralis

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Bears small white flowers on a strong growing vine.
Dischidia livida

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very nice delicate vine with long pointed leavs. s
Dischidia 'Luzon'

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I got this Dischidia on eBay and I can't remember who from. It's looks like Dischidiopsis parasitica to me and I suspect that may be the correct id.
Dischidia major

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Formaerly listed as rafflesiana. The best of the Dischidias. Slow grower that produces large ant pockets. at least 2 leaf nodes. Not all cuttings will have pocket.
Dischidia major Mounted

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Cork bark or stick mounted specimen each with at least one pocket. Let dry between waterings.
Dischidia melanesica

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A very nice shingler. Could possibly be platyphylla.
Dischidia membranifolia Hort

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A very large leaves Dischidia which makes it look very much like a Hoya. small white flowers.
Dischidia milnei

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Looks allot like sp Geri and oiantha so it may not be correctly identified
Dischidia miniata aff

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Received from Ted Green in 2006. Has not done well and has not grow any new growths.
Dischidia minima

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This is most lilely a clone of Dischidia cleistantha and not a seperate species. Nice shingle plant with small white blooms.
Dischidia nummularia

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Formerly listed as glaucescens. Very easy to grow if allowed to dry between waterings.
Dischidia nummularia Mounted

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Cork bark or stick mounted specimen. Keep this species on the dry side to prevent rot.
Dischidia nummularia var gaudichaudii

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A very small leaved var of the typical form.
Dischidia nummularia variegata

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4" to 6". Grows really slow and is difficult.
Dischidia oiantha

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Nice large succulent leaves. Very much like D species Geri. of at least 2 leaf nodes.
Dischidia ovata

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Really nice Dischidia with variegated leaves. Small yellow flowers. Leaves turn a blush of red in high light.
A vigorous grower.
of at least 2 leaf nodes.
Dischidia ovata

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This plant is different from the one most often seen in the US. Does not seem to turn red in bright light as the more common form and the leaves have a slightly different veining pattern.
Dischidia ovata 'Small Leaf'

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An intersting variation of the normal ovata. Haven't seen it bloom yet.
Dischidia pectinoides

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at least 2 leaf nodes. Inflated leaf type. The prettiest and the most interesting of the Dischidias. Cuttings of at least 2 leaf nodes. Not all cuttings will have pockets.
Dischidia pectinoides variegata

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This is a stunning plant. Well grown in 2" hanging pot. Lots of variegated pockets. Almost hate to give them up.
Dischidia rafflesiana

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The best of the Dischidias. Slow grower that produces large ant pockets. at least 2 leaf nodes. Not all cuttings will have pocket.
Dischidia rafflesiana

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The most desired of the Dischidias along with pectinoides. Also know as Dischidia major. Nice full plants with plenty of pockets.
Dischidia rafflesiana

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These are nice full plants with lots of pockets. Grown in small 2" baskets with hanger.
Dischidia rimicola

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Small leaved species with yellow flowers. Does not seem to be a robust grower.
Dischidia rosea

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Thick boat shaped leaves ona strong vine. Also known as DH7
Dischidia ruscifolia

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A trailing compact grower. Makes a great basket when well grown.
Dischidia saggitata

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Unusual growth habit. Leaves seem to clump and set root and them vine out again to do the same.
Dischidia scortechinii

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Very inusual leaves on a delicate vine
Dischidia species

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Formerly listed as ciantha but this is not correct. Most likely oiantha.
Dischidia species 'Geri'

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This is a great growing species that produces a nice basket. of at least 2 leaf nodes.
Dischidia species 94007

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A most interesting vigorous vining species of unknown origin. Leaves are heart shaped similar to Hoya kerrii.
Dischidia species 'Burma'

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Nice rambling vine with pointed succulent leaves. of at least 2 leaf nodes.
Dischidia species 'Crested'

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A nice long leaved Dischidia. A very fast grower.
Dischidia species 'Geri'

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One of the easiest Dischidias to grow. Not as prone to rot as many Dischidias can be. There are many Dischidias with many names that look like this plant. This seems to be the most common name. Still not sure what the species is though.
Dischidia species Mindanao

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I received this plant from Ted Green in 2006 who collected it on the island of Mindanao in the Phillipines.
Dischidia species 'Near Burma'

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Nice rambling vine with pointed succulent leaves. of at least 2 leaf nodes.
Dischidia species 'Phillipines'

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Rambling vine with succulent leaves. Clusters of small white flowers. at least 2 leaf nodes.
Dischidia species 'Phillipines'
Mounted

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Nice stick mounted specimen. Well grown
Dischidia species variegated

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Leaves about 1 inch and variegated. Not sure what the species is but it's a nice Dischidia. of at least 2 leaf nodes.
Dischidia species Vietnam

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Received from David Liddle, IML1506. Yellow flowers and very succulent leaves.
Dischidia species 'Wrinkled'

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Not sure what this is but it has nice shingling wrinkled leaves. Could be a form of imbricata but that's just speculation. .
Dischidia superba

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Large leaves on a strong vine
Dischidiopsis luzonica

Recieve this plant from Antone Jones who got it from a grower in the Phillipines as Dischidia sp. Id's by Tanya Livshultz as Dischidia luzonica. Flowers are white with purple tips. The plant pictured is incorrect and was received from Ted Green as Dischidiopsis luzonica.
Dischidiopsis parasitica

This plant has been in the trade for some time as Dischidia species F440. It has now been identified as Dischidiopsis parasitica. It's a vigorous growing vine with boat shaped leaves up to 2". Deep red flowers.
Dischidiopsis ramosii

Purchased from Tropiflora as Dischidiopsis parasitica but flowers look more like ramosii. Also received another plant from a seller on eBay as Dischidia 'Luzon'.
Hoya acicularis

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Also known in trade as teretifolia but this is considered to be incorrect. Very small narrow leaves.
Hoya aff dischorensis

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IML0112
Hoya aff picta

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Hoya aldrichii

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Hoya anychiodes

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Hoya arnottiana

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Hoya bilobata

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Small leaved Hoya
Hoya brevialata

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Light green leaves of about 1". Very good grower in bright light. s
Hoya burtoniae

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IML 0274
Hoya calysina

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Hoya carnosa

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Hoya caudata

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Hoya cembra

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Hoya cetrina

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Hoya ciliata

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Hoya clemensiorum 'Sumatra'

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IML1012
Hoya cummingiana

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Inrooted cutting
Hoya curtisii

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This is my favorite Hoya and is well suited for the vivarium. It easily roots to branches and almost anything alse. Really nice leaf coloration which is silver green with silver makings. Leaves are about 1/2".
Hoya curtisii

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This is my favorite Hoya and is well suited for the vivarium. It easily roots to branches and almost anything alse. Really nice leaf coloration which is silver green with silver makings. Leaves are about 1/2".
Hoya cv 'Chouke'

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A cross of H serpens and H carnosa. Nice small leaves.
Hoya cv 'Dark Star'

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H. sussuela X H. ciliata cross.
Hoya cv Jennifer

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Hoya cv 'Mathilde'

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Small serpens like leaf. A cross of H serpens and H carnosa.
Hoya cv Noelle

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Large leaves with splotches. Very nice waxy flowers. No decernable smell. Pretty sure this is Hoya cv noelle so that's what I will tag it with. If anyone knows better please let me know..
Hoya davidcummingii

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Not a particularly easy Hoya to grow. This species should not be overwatered. It flowers easily and often. The flowers smell like soured cheese to me. Not pleasent but distinctive.
Hoya dimorpha

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Hoya dipterai

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Hoya dischorensis

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IML1657
Hoya diversifolia

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Hoya finlaysonii

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Hoya finlaysonii 'Nova'

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Name is not correct since it's appears not to be a H finlaysonii. Said to be Hoya callistophylla but time will tell. .
Hoya fungii

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Hoya gabosa

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Hoya gabulosa

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Hoya girlie

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Hoya gracilis

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Hoya guppyi

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Hoya halophila

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Hoya halophila

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IML1116
Hoya Hat Sum Pan

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IML1438
Hoya heuschkelina

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Very nice small leaved Hoya ideal for the terrarium. Come in pink and yellow flowered forms.
Hoya imbricata

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Unrroted cutting of at least 2 nodes
Hoya inconspicua

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David Liddle,
Hoya incurvula

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IML1163
Hoya Iris Marie

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Not positive about ID.
Hoya ischnopus

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Hoya kanyakumariana

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Small growing Hoya with unusual krinkled leaves. Very interesting and hard to find. Seems to grow slow for me.
Hoya kerri

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Hoya kerrii variegated

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Nice little plants in 3" baskets.
Hoya kerrii x obvata

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Unrroted cuttings
Hoya lacunosa

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An excellent small leaved Hoya which will do well in a hanging basket or in a Terrarium. Soil should not stay wet. s
Hoya lacunosa 'Giant'

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IML1813
Hoya lacunosa 'Poonsack'

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IML1648
Hoya lanceolata

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Hoya latifolia

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Want
Hoya leucorhoda

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IML0518
Hoya limonica

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Hoya lohorii

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Hoya longifolia

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Hoya memoria

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IML0107
Hoya mitrata

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Hoya motoskei

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Nice Hoya with beautiful white flowers which bear some scent.
Hoya multiflora

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Received as Hoya meliflua but obviously multiflora
Hoya multiflora

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Hoya myrmecopa

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IML1375
Hoya NOID 1

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This Hoya has soft hirsute leaves and it tends to grow tightly and not vine as much as other Hoyas. Any ideas? H australis possibly?
Hoya NOID 3

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Very large long stiff leaves make this a very distinctive Hoya and I should be able to get an id without flowers. Any ideas?
Hoya nummularia

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Hoya obscura

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Hoya odetteae

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IML1316
Hoya onychiodes

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Hoya ovalifolia

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Hoya paddiflora

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Hoya palida or bogar

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Want
Hoya parvifolia

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Hoya paziae

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Unrroted cutting
Hoya picta

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Hoya plicata

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Hoya polyneura

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Hoya pottsii

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Hoya publicalyx

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Hoya pusilla

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Hoya retusa

Very unusual Hoya with club like leaves in clusters on a pendent stem.
Hoya revoluta

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IML1455
Hoya rigida

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Large stiff leaves on a think vine.
Hoya ruscifolia

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This may not be the correct name but that's how I have it tagged until I can get a positive id.
Hoya serpens

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A small leaved Hoya ideal for vivariums or terrariums. Need high humidity to grow well.
Hoya shepherdii

This Hoya has long narrow leaves and is often called the 'Stringbean Hoya'. Pretty white flowers.
Hoya sihneeii

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Hoya sipalangensis

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IML 1603
Hoya species F484

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Hoya subcalva

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Hoya 'Sunrise'

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A cross between lacanosa and obscura.
Hoya thomsonii

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This Hoya has splotchy pubescent leaves. The flowers are plain white and it has a scent of sweet cornbread to me.
Hoya tsangii

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Leaves are dark green and sort of velvety. String grower in bright light. s
Hoya verticillata variegated

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Not positive about the name but it seems to be what it is being called now. Also has be called H acuta variegated. .
Hoya wayetii

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3" leaves, 1/2" wide on a quick growing vine. Leaves are on red edges in bright light. Incorrectly labeled as kentiana. H wayetii has reddish leaf margins and green pedicels where kentiana has reddish pedicels and the leaf margins are the same coloration as the rest of the leaf.
Hoya waymanie

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Hoya weibergii

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Cutting did not take. Looking for another one. Got one?
Hoya wightii ssp palniensis

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IML1613