Inducing blooming and rooting cuttings
Please help this passiflora novice.
I have a 2.5 year old passiflora in my greenhouse with vines 10-15 feet long which has given me ONE flower in it's life. Is this normal or is there something I can do to induce flowering? I think this plant was supposed to be p. alata - I had a lot of tags fade due to longooooong germination, etc. But from the blue flower and the very tart fruit, my guess is that it actually is an edulis.
Second question - how difficult is it to root cuttings? IS there a trick to it?
Third question - I have a lot of passiflora seeds which are at least 3 years old. Germination was very low and slow back then, should I ditch this seed?
Thanks in advance.