Added by on 2018-12-07

[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Hi Guys 😀 this is a video to warn all you plant lovers from buying a one leaved Hoya kerri plant commonly sold at this time of year, these single leaf cuttings are sold as a gimmick for Valentines day and only 10% of them survive long term to form into a mature plant. ★ Check out my website http://www.desertplantsofavalon.com/ ★ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DesertPlantsOfAvalon ★ Twitter https://twitter.com/plantsofavalon Thank you for watching, please give me a Like and I would love you to SUBSCRIBE for regular updates and take a look at my other Cacti and Succulent and nature videos to see my weird and wacky cacti and other succulent plants up close and personal. HAPPY GROWING GUY’S 🙂 Royalty Free Music Music By Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Video Rating: / 5

17 Comments

  • John Doe 1 month ago

    This plant symbolizes the length the relationship may last….and the delicate nature of love.

  • Natalie Powell 1 month ago

    I bought three of these without knowing what they really were. Two died and one has continued being green despite having been pulled out of the pot it was pretty much glued into and tossed aside to be thrown out. But yesterday I discovered it was still hanging on, so I've brought it inside, put it in a jar of water, and will see what happens. Thanks for the info in your video!

  • Jody Mast-Ingle 1 month ago

    Hi, I bought one single heart at a store. I immediately re-planted it and waited 2 years . Keeping it dry and water inly once a week in warm season. It finally grew into a plant after 2 years!…

  • Fallulah Fallulah 1 month ago

    I'm pretty sure there's a little plastic thingy around the roots that keeps them from growing into vining plants. Cut it off and it should grow.

  • Fart Warrior 1 month ago

    Last year, I bought one on sale after Valentine's day. It is yet to produce a single shoot. At least it's still alive.

  • David C 1 month ago

    my girlfriend bought me one back in 2016 it's still alive, and hasten done a single thing, just green…( march 2018 )

  • Mon-Mon 1 month ago

    I never expected mine to be a full plant hence why I got a full one aswell

  • Mon-Mon 1 month ago

    I love mine! Great for work or cute gifts… but I also have a full plant.

  • Karen R. Sternberg 1 month ago

    Thanks for posting this. I'm an amateur indoor gardener in NYC & grow multiple Hoyas, including H kerrii, the Heart-shaped Hoya leaf. We see this scam from time to time as well. A number of yrs. ago, I persuaded my own local supermarket (in Brooklyn) to quit selling these, maybe 8-10 yrs. ago, for $12 a pop, not a cheap loss. They probably had 6 or 8 for sale when I stopped them.

  • SnakeLady 1 month ago

    I had one last year for Valentine's day and the soil was full of small sliver looking bugs. I didn't realise until it was to late and the bugs spread to my millipede habitat, I had to buy some type one preditory mites to get rid of the silver bugs. Lesson learned to always check my soil!

  • Irene Kladiti 1 month ago

    I have one that I bought three years ago, its alive but still no leaves! I enjoy your videos very much, thank you.

  • NYC Orchid Queen 1 month ago

    omg! Your little heart rotted is rotting away 😛 I've just started seeing these on youtube today. I had no clue they existed. What a horrible way to go 🙁

  • Slow Town 1 month ago

    I bought one of these for my best friend from ikea years ago and she still has it. It’s alive but has not grown any new foliage

  • HoneyBee 1 month ago

    I was just going to buy one but instead I brought a ocean spider plant

  • Axe Saw 1 month ago

    I Love her accent. Hellooo Guuys

  • BlueAeroVanilla 1 month ago

    I never had a problem with these – 100% success with them – they are very easy.

  • The Catholic Gardener 1 month ago

    Wow, I've never seen those before!
    We'll be in your neck of the woods in a couple of months! Ireland here we come!

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