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HAVE: Hardy Passiflora incarnata devisions

Posted by frangi_pani Can.5b (My Page) on
Tue, Jan 1, 08 at 14:26

I am looking for everbearing Stawberry plants, yellow raspberries,edible Asperagus devisions, small fruit plants...
Variegated yuccas, Cholla cuttings (opuntia imbricata, or viridiflora),pink lily of the valley.
Passiflora incarnata is very hardy ( -30C. at least ) if the rhizome is planted at least 12 inches deep, against a south or west foundation, in well drained soil ( keep moist in summer)
Add mulch in fall the first winter.
Invasive, impossible to get rid of; Somehow, nobody in the north seems to mind; once it starts blooming (!)
Can produce up to two, 2.5inch flowers per leaf.
This unusual cultivar has violette in the fragrant flowers,
produces a lot of egg sized green fruit
Will bloom ( A LOT when established ) all summer.


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RE: HAVE: Hardy Passiflora incarnata devisions

I have everbearing strawberries like crazy and very sweet alpine strawberries, would love to share for the passi


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RE: HAVE: Hardy Passiflora incarnata devisions

I sent you an email, if you do not get it, please let me know here


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