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WANTED: Passiflora seeds :)

Posted by ncognito88 7 (ncognito88@yahoo.com) on
Fri, Apr 23, 10 at 11:19

I HAVE BOUGHT SEVERAL PACKS OF THESE FROM BURPEE AND THEY NEVER COME UP. I WILL SEND SASE OR I HAVE SWAMP HIBISCUS FOR TRADE. JUST LET ME KNOW THANKYOU NCOGNITO88@YAHOO.COM


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RE: WANTED: Passiflora seeds :)

Hi ncognito!

I have freshly harvested P incarnata seeds. They were the one friendly wild plant that came with the property:) I've been growing them for about six years now, and I've found the best way to get them to germinate is to simulate how they would come up naturally, meaning I put the seed down where I want them in November, let Mother nature do her thing, and just wait for them come up in the late spring. If you'd prefer to start them in pots, I'd highly recommend trying the wintersowing method. I've not done this personally, but I've heard great reports! Check my trade list to see if you have something I want, or maybe tempt me with something cool that you have:)

Thanks! ~Heather

Here is a link that might be useful: My trade lists


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