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Posted By:jchip

Old Comments:

2008-05-19 07:41:19
2008-05-18 20:34:37
You're on a roll today, Popolov! Perhaps I will just shave.
2008-05-18 20:22:33
Oh, sorry to have let the cat out of the bag Pubicalyx. Er, I mean, Anne! Perhaps if you wear some goggles down under no one will notice.
2008-05-18 20:02:55
You got it wrong, Popolov, my full name is not Hoya Pubicalyx. My parents were nuts about Latin names, so they added half a dozen for good measure. Shucks! My full identity is in danger of being exposed to the masses.
2008-05-18 19:44:33
Thanks Anne - now the flower got a name at least.
2008-05-18 19:30:30
Thanks Anne. I finally got it on Google with your full name Hoya Pubicalyx. Although this photo this photo is exceptional compared to the others I have seen.
2008-05-18 19:09:02
Hoya pubicalyx. Really. I did NOT make it up.
2008-05-18 18:58:39
Yes, a hoya. Belongs to family Apocynaceae.
2008-05-18 18:32:12
It's a hoya (spelling?) plant. I have one too.
2008-05-18 17:50:40
It's natrual. I don't know the name, but i own one of it, was a present, don't know years ago... The blossoms grow in a half ball, looks really beautyfull, but it smells a bit strange in full blossom. Would like to know the name, too.
2008-05-18 17:20:36
Are they artificial flowers - with that pink fur? Because it looks like real sheepskin fur, bleached and tinted. Does anyone have information, such as the name of the plant, if it is natural?