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HAVE: P. incarnata seed, rooted p. Incense

Posted by jblaschke 8b TX (My Page) on
Thu, Jan 11, 07 at 14:28

I've got a bunch of incarnata seed I'm willing to trade or offer for SASEs. The mother plant is a Texas native I wild collected. Large leaves and large flowers that are 4+ inches across. Seriously, this one had flowers as large as my Incense, if not larger. Here's a pic:


The fruit were the size of goose eggs, and tasted like your average maypop fruit. The pollen donor was an incarnata originally from Georgia, I believe. The flowers were smaller, around 3", a little darker with a denser corona. The fruit on that were about the size of kiwi fruit with an average maypop flavor. The Texas incarnata has died to the ground with the handful of light freezes we've had as of today, but the Georgia one still has fleshy green stems although it's dropped its leaves. So the seeds will contain a mix of those traits.

I also have four Incense sprouts grown from roots I dug up a month ago. They're all roughly a foot tall. Each one has at least a 4" long section of rhizome root, so even if the vegetative part of the plant suffers an untimely demise you should have enough root for it to regrow.

I also have some Coral Vine/Queen's Wreath seeds as well as Buckley's Yucca seeds, if your tastes extend beyond the passiflora.

I'm interested in most passiflora (picky when I'm buying plants myself, not so picky when trading) but willing to entertain any offer. :-)

Follow-Up Postings:

RE: HAVE: P. incarnata seed, rooted p. Incense

I would love to have some of your P. Incarnata seeds or even some of your P.Incense sprouts. I am new to Passiflora and don't have any to trade at this time but please look at my list and let me know if anything interests you. Thanks so much



I would LOVE to have some passion flower seeds! I am just starting out so I dont really have much to offer.

RE: HAVE: P. incarnata seed, rooted p. Incense

I have some Japanese Morning glorys if you like vines, also Hyacinth beans. If not vines I have loads of other seeds. What do you like? I'd love some of the incarnata seeds and also some incense, seeds or sprouts, do you have any left???? LMK
Do you like canna?

RE: HAVE: P. incarnata seed, rooted p. Incense

I have P. quadrangulatis (Giant Granadilla) unrooted cuttings that I am willing to trade for P. incarnata.

RE: HAVE: P. incarnata seed, rooted p. Incense

abdielg, email me. We can work something out. Roxanne, I'll email you soon.

RE: HAVE: P. incarnata seed, rooted p. Incense

Hello. New member here. I would really like some passion flower seeds. I am a very new member with not a lot to offer. Please email me and let me know if you like houseplants. I have several, a lot of rare ones too.

Thanks again!

RE: HAVE: P. incarnata seed, rooted p. Incense

Hi, If you still have any of the Passi Incense sprouts I'd really like to have one. If you check my bio and don't like anything I have to trade I'd be willing to pay for it. I've been trying to grow Passi's from seed with no luck. I also had a sprout that was about 14 inches high that just died. I don't know why. I really need help getting a Passi to grow!

RE: HAVE: P. incarnata seed, rooted p. Incense

Just to let everyone know, I am OUT of seeds. I should have a bunch more by midsummer, but as of May 2007, I have none left to share or trade. Thanks.

RE: HAVE: P. incarnata seed, rooted p. Incense

I would like some passiflora incense seeds or rhizomes. Can offer many different seeds or $.

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