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Hoyas in cultivation

Hoyas in cultivation

Garden, UK 108(7): 265-268

The genus Hoya includes about 300 spp. of which about a third have been introduced to cultivation. Hoyas can be readily propagated from cuttings. Many spp. flower within 1 to 2 years. The best known sp., H. carnosa, from China, has many cvs.

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