My Sweetheart Hoya (left) taken in November 2009 (right) taken in August (2010)
This is my Hoya Kerrii. It used to be a pretty baby before but somehow since last month its heart-shaped leaves started to wrinkle up, and after a week or two, the leaves began to fall apart
At first . . . → Read More: Hoya Kerrii – My Hearts are Falling Apart!
As said in an earlier post, my Hoya Kerrii had grown a new leaf. But unlike the other leaves of my Hoya Kerrii, this one was all in green. While I was wondering if the edge of the leaf would somehow turn yellow as the leaf grew bigger, I read an excellent post about Hoya Kerrii in Plants are the Strangest People (thank you Stephanie ).
In the post, Mr Subjunctive, the author, suggests to remove all the stems with all-green leaves. He explains that because a stem with all-green leaves has an advantage over a variegated one, with enough time, the all-green leaves will eventually take over the whole pot ! Continue reading Hoya Kerrii – Should I or Should I Not?
I bought this Hoya Kerrii (aka Sweetheart Plant) a few months ago in the summer. Although I know that Hoya Kerrii is a slow-growing plant like most other succulents, I observe it closely every once a while, and hope that I will find something new, something different and exciting on this Sweetheart Hoya.
And last month, I finally got to see some “action” - my Hoya Kerrii has grown another heart-shaped leaf! Unlike the other leaves of my Hoya Kerrii, this one is all in green. Now I wonder if the edge of the leaf will somehow turn yellow as the leaf grows bigger. Continue reading My Hoya Kerrii Has Grown Another Heart