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Free Passionflower Vines

Posted by morningloree 9b (dawninvalrico@yahoo.com) on
Sun, Aug 17, 14 at 19:17

I have had another series of weed whacker accidents and I have rooted "cuttings" of 'Panama Red,' 'Oaklandia,' and 'Anastasia.' These are not commonly found here and two are newer hybrids. 'Panama Red' is an edulis with purplish fruit. Cold sensitive, but continues to grow in my 9b zone. Most of the passi people in the passiflora forum already have these. If anyone is interested, send me an email.


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RE: Free Passionflower Vines

I would love any of them or one of each! I planted one and our lawn guy buried it in wood chips. By the time I noticed, it was dead. I'm trying to attract Butterflies to my garden beds and was very upset over this loss. I don't know if your varieties are butterfly vines but would be thrilled to try them.

You can PM me as my email is on my page.

Thanks so much for the offer,

Jane


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RE: Free Passionflower Vines

I found homes for them. However, I collect passionflower vines and have many, could easily root cuttings for anyone else who is interested.


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RE: Free Passionflower Vines

I found homes for them. However, I collect passionflower vines and have many, could easily root cuttings for anyone else who is interested.


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RE: Free Passionflower Vines

Hi:
Looking for cuttings from any P.edulis. Will be planted in a container.
Please let me know if you can help out.
Appreciated,


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RE: Free Passionflower Vines

Hi,
I can spare some cuttings of edulis. Just email me and we'll make some arrangements.


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RE: Free Passionflower Vines

Morningloree ,did you get my email ?

Thanks


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RE: Free Passionflower Vines

Hi:
Still waiting to hear from you. Please contact me if you can. Appreciated as always.


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RE: Free Passionflower Vines

I would love some cuttings for my butterflies. I will email you.

Thanks,
Jane


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