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Tropicals & Tender Perennials: Collection of your favorite informational Hoya links

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(Zone 10a)

November 25, 2004
5:16 PM

Post #1165303

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 :)

Thanks in advance for your help,

Keaau, HI
(Zone 11)

November 25, 2004
6:44 PM

Post #1165390

There are many good websites: I especially like this one for the photography and this one for information and IDs.

Great idea, Milan!!!
Mesa, AZ
(Zone 9a)

November 25, 2004
6:52 PM

Post #1165404

This is one of my favorites and also this one
Both because of pictures.

Abbotsford, BC
(Zone 8a)

November 25, 2004
10:30 PM

Post #1165597

this one is also a good one because of the variety and many pictures on it:
Jackson, GA

November 26, 2004
11:53 AM

Post #1166092

This is a good one

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!!!!

This message was edited Nov 26, 2004 7:57 AM
Tillamook, OR
(Zone 8b)

November 27, 2004
2:31 PM

Post #1167388

Here's a good one, Carol has some great info from D. Liddle about hoyas that I have found very helpful...


Keaau, HI
(Zone 11)

December 7, 2004
1:33 AM

Post #1181785

Milan...for information about and IDing hoyas, run by Christina Karlsson is terrific. Most of her hoyas are correctly labeled.

Also...that military guy in the Free French website has an awful lot of mislabeled hoyas - per Christine Burton.

You might want to edit your Sticky page...Zew Zealand and a few other case it matters...?

Wish people would wake up on this forum...seem to be sleeping. Do you think I intimidate them...? Gosh, I hope not...


Edited to say that (1) I meant nothing mean by that remark about waking up... I am just a chatter box!!!

This message was edited Dec 7, 2004 4:47 PM
(Zone 10a)

December 7, 2004
1:36 AM

Post #1181791

On my way to add and fix, thanks Carol.

I guess it's the standard Hoya hibernation season we are hit with right now :)

(Zone 9a)

December 11, 2004
1:29 PM

Post #1189981

I know mine is Chrismas! Sorry ! Binky :))))

August 23, 2005
6:38 AM

Post #1713462

I think there should be one more website added:


August 23, 2005
6:55 AM

Post #1713471

This is one of my favoritpages...

Here you can se the correct spelling of any hoya. For me it is very important to have the correct name of my hoyas.

Write hoya as a genus name and then press SUBMIT QUERY.

So important for us hoya lovers :-)

This message was edited Aug 23, 2005 9:09 AM
Keaau, HI
(Zone 11)

August 24, 2005
2:15 AM

Post #1715286

I was going to post Rosita's site, Christina...glad you beat me to it.
Keaau, HI
(Zone 11)

August 24, 2005
2:16 AM

Post #1715288

Milan...can't we make this sticky?
Whitby, ON
(Zone 5b)

August 24, 2005
2:13 PM

Post #1716114

I believe that Milan will add these sites to the thread that's already a stickie - since we can't post on that thread.
(Zone 10a)

September 9, 2005
10:10 AM

Post #1748618

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.

Thanks for your input,

This message was edited Sep 9, 2005 6:11 AM

(Zone 1)

August 5, 2009
2:28 AM

Post #6908523

Here's one I came across when googling for a particular Hoya. It has information on growing and really nice photo's in the gallery:
(Zone 10a)

August 5, 2009
3:39 PM

Post #6910302

Thanks, list updated
Mountlake Terrace, WA
(Zone 8a)

November 5, 2009
6:03 AM

Post #7243299

I cannot believe that you all did not find this before me:

Has pages dedicated to both Dischidia and Hoyas. Not a huge text site, but nice pictures, and lots of species.
(Zone 10a)

November 13, 2009
3:54 PM

Post #7270154

Keaau, HI
(Zone 11)

November 28, 2009
7:10 PM

Post #7316764
(Zone 10a)

December 14, 2009
11:56 PM

Post #7368977

Link added
apologies for the delay

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