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Identify this passiflora vine

Posted by Dan8fruit 10 (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 17, 12 at 22:36

I found this wild passiflora vine growing on a trail around my neighborhood and started to care for it. The leaves look somewhat like the leaves of a passiflora caerulea (blue passion fruit) but more smooth at the edges.. There are no flowers or fruit. I'm have more trouble than I expected uploading pictures to my post so, if you would please e-mail me, I would happily send you some pictures of the vine.

Thanks, Daniel

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RE: Identify this passiflora vine

Daniel, go to tiny pic . com and upload your pictures. RIGHT-Click on the FIRST box of html and choose 'COPY'. Come back here to your post, right-click in the message box, and choose 'paste'. Your picture will be posted - easy peasy!

RE: Identify this passiflora vine

Hey Jayjones, do you have to me a member in order to upload photos?

RE: Identify this passiflora vine


I agree that it is a terrible pain the rump trying to upload pictures here. Feel free to email me the pics, and I will help how I can. Another option is to join the Facebook Passiflora Online group, which has over 900 members now.

Eric Wortman

RE: Identify this passiflora vine

Here's a link to a tutoral on posting photos to gardenweb. It was posted on the hosta list. It's really very good.


Here is a link that might be useful: posting a photo by Paul

RE: Identify this passiflora vine

Thanks Bkay, that link was very, very useful... I'm now able to post pics. up to Gardenweb with you help. :)

Thanks again,


RE: Identify this passiflora vine

The vine just put of it's first show of flowers this Summer! Please help identify it.

Thanks and enjoy the photos,


passion flower (blue crown) 4

passion flower (blue crown) 3

passion flower (blue crown) 2

passion flower (blue crown)

RE: Identify this passiflora vine

It certainly looks like P. caerulea to me. If you think the leaves look different, some sort of comparison between the leaves of this plant and confirmed caerulea would make the point. Even if you do see differences they could reflect the particular strain or clone.

Here is a link that might be useful: Passiflora caerulea flowers and leaves on Myles Irvine's site

RE: Identify this passiflora vine

It is P.Caerulea

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