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Passiflora to identify

Posted by btropical256 z7a Pa (elementboards748@verizon.net) on
Wed, Mar 15, 06 at 21:43

Ok i had this passionflower for like 8 years and i never thought of what its name was. Now that i have some other types i am wondering what type this one is. I looked it up and found some similarities.

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RE: Passiflora to identify

First guess? P. belotii, an alata/caerulea cross. The leaves look right.

Second guess would be P. allardii, a Constance Elliott/quadrangularis hybrid, but the leaves don't seem quite as good a match.


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RE: Passiflora to identify

I ditto jblaschke first two guesses.


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RE: Passiflora to identify

I HAVE THIS ONE TOO - i PLUCKED IT FROM THE WILDS. iT NOW HAS A LOT OF FRUITS AND i AM WONDERING IF THEY ARE EDIBLE


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