KOKO means keep on keeping on in the transportation industry. My father was military 32nd transportation group in Germany. He named our Far...read more
KOKO means keep on keeping on in the transportation industry. My father was military 32nd transportation group in Germany. He named our Farm/Ranch K.O.K.O. While my father has passed my mother and I continue to grow plants. Some of the plants we grow are originally from my grandmothers side yard that was filled with Hoya growing in the ground. We grow Hoya, succulents, cactus and other plants for the joy of growing them. We plant Hoya seed to see the result of the possible crosses from different Hoya. We have some half Obovata and half Krinkles. It is the shear fun of growing the plant to see if you can that keeps us growing the plants. I hope you find growing plants just as wonderous and fun.
I also have some orchid cactus that came from my granny, my mother's mom. I call them Granny's pink.
We are certified nematode free and can sell to any state in the United States. Feel free to contact me if there is something you are interested in that is similar to my listing
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