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Medium_img_0703 Hi, I took a piece of a vine plant from a tree but idk what it is. It has large circular green leaves- Hoya?

It was growing wrapped around the tree. I put it in just plain water like you can with a succulent and as you can see it's grown roots. Now I want to plant it into soil but I don't know whether it's a succulent or like some sort of Hoya? Please help :)

Submitted: 02:18PM, 26 Jan 2017
Answer: Hi Megan,

Thank you for contacting Yates, the cutting does look like Hoya to me. You may try to plant it in well draining soil with climbing frame to support.

Hope this helps and happy gardening.

Best Regards,
Louise
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Answered: 01:18PM, 27 Jan 2017

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