It's straight forward, post your favorite informational Hoya Webpage links here in this thread for others to see. A short explanation of why you like the Webpage(s) would be appreciated but is not a must.
I'll ask DG staff to make this thread sticky to the top so it's easy to see or copy/paste the links to a new thread (if you don't mind) and get it made sticky if it gets too cluttered here :)
This site is great too, it was created by Karen Hedlund with the help of Chris Burton. When you see pictures by Jacqueline Langford click on them to enlarge, after they load scroll down and many of them have a picture of her entire plant! Look at her Hoya linearis!!!! http://members.tripod.com/khedlund/hoyapdl/index.html
Sorry for the late reply, was away on vacation the last couple of weeks.
Added the links mentioned above to the "sticky" Hoya related Link thread.
Maria, note that the IPNI index contains names that had been published at one time or another but a listed name may not be valid anymore due to name changes or duplicate names for same species. So remember if a name of a Hoya (or any other plant) is listed in the index it does not automatically mean that it is correct.