Monday, August 06, 2007

winter leaves

We've had quite a cold winter this year, and we are eagerly looking forward to the Spring. In the absence of Hoya blooms we have been enjoying some nice coloured leaves which are the result of the bright Winter light we get here. From the top left clockwise.... H. pottsii. H. anulata. H. mindorensis. H. camphorifolia.

4 comments:

Sandy said...

Beautiful coloured leaves Roy! They way the have turned reddish, you would think fall has arrived. Very pretty.

www said...

what effect does the cold have on the number of blooms you get?

roybe said...

hello www I won't get any blooms until spring / summer. I'm just happy they have survived what has been a particularly cold winter. I don't think the cold should affect the number of blooms.

Miss K said...

Wow they look stunning, i love Hoyas but unfortunatley they are the one thing i seem to butcher :(