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Looking for Passiflora sanguinolenta

Posted by thahalibut 9 CA (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 17, 10 at 20:32

seeds, plants or cuttings. Or maybe a different passi?

Need 10-15' NO bigger, will only get afternoon sun, longest bloomer through the season.

tia
tim


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RE: Looking for Passiflora sanguinolenta

During much of the year it's available from Annie's Annuals. In the Bay Area (and now L.A.) you should be able to special order the Annie's P. sanguinolenta through many of the local nurseries for a good price. Here's a list of nurseries that carry Annie's plants:

http://www.anniesannuals.com/info/outlets/buy.htm

However, it's not currently on Annie's list of currently available items. If you can't find it that way contact me and I'll pop a cutting in an envelope. It's one of the easiest Passifloras to root.


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RE: Looking for Passiflora sanguinolenta

Folks on here might be able to trade cuttings once the weather warms up some more. Mine died last fall, unfortunately (overwatered--my bad). They're insanely easy to root. I stacked one on top of another for a couple weeks because of a space crunch, and by the time I moved it, it had rooted in the lower pot and sprouted. Of all the little decalobas, this one's a fave.


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RE: Looking for Passiflora sanguinolenta

mark4321, I am getting one in a week or 2 from another member, so I don't need one any more. Thank you very much for the kind offer. I am just north Sacramento & there aren't any nurseries close that carry annies plants, I sure wish they did though.

Thanks


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