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black knight good for Inland Empire?

Posted by cyumickey sunset 18 (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 23, 07 at 17:50

I asked around about growing passion fruit last year, but decided not to. I'm thinking about it again this year, but don't want a plant that will take over the backyard. I just found out about the "black knight" which I can plant in a container. Is it advisable for the inland empire of southern california? If I put it in a pot, I could move it to a shadier part of the yard if it gets too hot...


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RE: black knight good for Inland Empire?

I grow a number of passifloras in containers and cut them back as necessary. I wish that I could grow lots of varieties in the ground but in zone 7a that's not happening. They make great container plants. Go for it.

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