My quinquangularis has been in bloom for a while- Looks like it's self fertile as well.
I've crossed some of the flowers with capsularis, but the cap stopped blooming.
Krstofer, Does this Passion Flower have Edible Fruit?
I don't know- But if they are, they're about the size of a blackberry, so you'd need a really big bush.
I like the shape of the Fruit...
I Only Have Room for Plant's that have Edible Fruits, I only have my Flat NO Garden, you see.....
Yup.. That's how I started.. "Edible fruit ONLY!"
5 years later, 5 new houses.. (guess) 200 plants... And the yard is still too small.
Maybe I should stick with Edulis and Incarnata for now...
Do you have any Pix of your capsularis Krstofer
Here's the capsularis:
And the quinquangularis:
As you can see, neither are very large, but both are of a flowering age.
Thank You Krstofer
I managed to cross quinquangularis with most of the other xerogona species and hybrids i have here. These are the following crosses i managed over the winter.
Most are now growing as seedlings, the cross with P. 'Becky Speed' is pictured, and showing signs of both parents, the leaves from BS and the stipules from quinquangularis
citrina x quinquangularis [both ways]
Becky Speed [cobanensis x citrina] x quinquangularis
Lucy Zara [conzattiana x citrina] x quinquanglaris [both ways]
sanguinolenta x quinquangularis
conzattiana x quinquangularis
I never managed to get capsularis crossed, despite many attempts.
My quinquangularis hybrids are growing well, the Sanguinolenta x Quinquangularis are in bud, so will upload a picture when it flowers, the tip of the bud is showing a bit of pink.
Here is a link that might be useful: LCOPs Passionflowers
Here are a few pictures of Martins Magic Sanguinolenta x quinquangularis
Details on link
Here is a link that might be useful: Martins Magic info
This post was edited by LCOP on Fri, Apr 25, 14 at 18:22
The other quinquangularis hybrid is as yet unamed
Lucy Zara x quinquangularis
photos are here
Here is a link that might be useful: LZ x quinquangularis