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HAVE: Variety of passis for 2009

Posted by jblaschke 8b TX (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 29, 09 at 15:54

I lost some of my collection over the winter, so I'm eager to rebuild via trades.

I currently have Incense, incarnata, foetida var. gossypiifolia and sanguinolenta cuttings/root cuttings available. In short order I could produce Clear Sky, Inspiration, caerulea var. Constance Eliott, affinis, and maybe tenuiloba cuttings.

I have other types, but they've been slow in recovering from my wanton neglect from the past season. In a couple months I'll have seed as well. I'm always interested in decaloba types--the odder the better--but will entertain any passiflora exchange. :-)


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RE: HAVE: Variety of passis for 2009

I have a 1 gallon sized white wedding.


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RE: HAVE: Variety of passis for 2009

UPDATE: I've got one Clear Sky cutting, maybe 18" long and growing strong, in a 3.5" pot. I've also got an actinia cutting of similar length, but it's much more slender and petite. Willing to swap for other passis I don't have. But you knew that. :-)


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