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Thank you! I completely missed that "Hoya" was not a greeting in a foreign language.

 

So when are you bringing the cutting? :P

 

Be careful what you say - I've never been to Mexico and M says your home is in a pretty wonderful spot (he's been to Mexico often before he met me.) How about U.S. Thanksgiving?

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Great timing, and you will absolutely love Morelia. When you get things firmed up, keep me posted. This part of Mexico will completely blow your mind--it bears no resemblance to the stereotypical desert/guy leaning up against cactus image. Tall green mountains, European-style city, beauty everywhere...oh, you will love it. And the food: *swoon*.

 

Wrap the cutting in damp paper towels, then in a plastic bag. :lol:

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Update to this old thread: she did bring the cutting. I planted it immediately. This plant is very, very slow to take off.

 

Just a week before tsquare passed away, 14 months after she brought the cutting to Mexico, the little plant put out its first tiny shoot, no bigger than the head of a pin. But it's growing at last, and I told her first.

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Update to this old thread: she did bring the cutting. I planted it immediately. This plant is very, very slow to take off.

 

Just a week before tsquare passed away, 14 months after she brought the cutting to Mexico, the little plant put out its first tiny shoot, no bigger than the head of a pin. But it's growing at last, and I told her first.

This brought me to tears. Thank you for posting that.

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Just a week before tsquare passed away, 14 months after she brought the cutting to Mexico, the little plant put out its first tiny shoot, no bigger than the head of a pin. But it's growing at last, and I told her first.

Wonderful.

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I'm not sure where to put this. . . It's about a woman who's having trouble identifying these plants in her home. Do I put this in "things that make you laugh". . . "dingbat of the day". . . or gardening. . .

 

It's a clip from a local radio station's gardening show. It can be a bit difficult to hear, especially with the djs laughing, but it's worth giving it a listen.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptBo36UWX2E

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