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wanted: passionfruit in the nw?

Posted by Johanas z8, OR (My Page) on
Thu, May 5, 05 at 23:54

I have a Blue-Crown Passionflower (Passiflora caerulea) that I started from seed last year. It produced a few blooms (wonderful considering the small pot it was in!)and it now has many buds ready to bloom. Is there anyone in the NW that has grown and harvested fruit from their vine? How did it taste?


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RE: wanted: passionfruit in the nw?

I have a 4-yr-old vine on the south side of my house up north from you near Olympia, WA. Although it flowers prolifically and has produced a few fruits, the fruits are just filled with air. Too cool? No pollination?

Sue


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