There seems to always be something that needs attention when you keep large numbers of plants. You can only choose to ignore an issue so long, before it needs to be addressed. Here is a perfect example: Hoya rotundiflora had recently lost a couple of leaves and didn’t seem to be quite up to snuff so to speak. I had ignored the problem for a while, but this morning decided to take action by popping the plant out of its pot, and looking at its roots. As you can see from the photograph below, this plant was in desperate need of re-potting. So out came the potting mix and all of the necessary tools, and I figured while I was in the middle of a mess, I might just as well re-pot some other Hoyas that needed it. Before you know it most of the morning had been frittered away. What we go through for our plants!