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similar yet different......

Posted by Calla_Lady Z8 North. Calif (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 26, 04 at 16:25

My Passiflora mixta and x exxoniensis have been blooming the last couple of weeks. They are very similar - especially in the photos as my camera (or operator :o) just does not seem to be able to capture the color and texture differences. I can say that up close and personal they are noticeably different.

Passiflora mixta - a much softer pink color

Passiflora x exxoniensis a darker more vibrant pink - also the flowers tend to what to hang downward.


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RE: similar yet different......

  • Posted by mmqc z9 Calif (My Page) on
    Tue, Sep 28, 04 at 18:33

hey, that's cool. is this the first time they're flowering? i am still waiting for my exoniensis to flower. how big did yours have to get before it flowered? i don't have mixta. i thought it was more coral colored. yours almost looks like mollissima.


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