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My aunts Hoya has been in water for the last 2 years and now looks like this. What can we do to save her?
I would cut right where the last leaf is and stick it in well draining soil (add some rooting hormone if possible!) Hoya carnosa compactas are drought tolerant and like dry soil, but be sure to acclimate it first. I would start letting it dry out completely after a week. It’s gonna focus on forming roots for now, so it won’t have any new growth for months. Just give it some time and you’ll see amazing results 😊
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