P.Subrotunda cuttings and Fresh Edulis seeds anyone???

passionlove(z 9 FL)December 18, 2009

Hey guys,

I just had to cut down my Passiflora Subrotunda. If anyone is interested in unrooted cuttings let me know. It is pretty simple to root. Also, I have some fresh P.Edulis Flavicarpa seeds. As you all know nice and fresh is the way to go! Just send me the shipping costs or we can do a trade if you have something I'm looking for.

Email me if you want. I may be able to add some other cuttings too.

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quicksilver(z6bMA)

For years I have been fascinated with the appearance of passiflora blooms. I never tried the plant. I assumed it was tropical. This summer I discovered that a friend 2 miles away grows them in her backyard. I would very much like to take you up on your kind offer.

    Bookmark   December 28, 2009 at 9:10PM
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karyn1(7a)

The majority of passifloras are tropical/sub-tropical. There's a few varieties that are cold hardy. If you want one that you can keep outside year round you should get a rooted sucker from your neighbor as it's aclimated to your zone. It's probably P. incarnata. You can grow other tropical varieties but need to keep them inside over the winter.

    Bookmark   December 29, 2009 at 6:31AM
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