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Question on white passiflora incarnata

Posted by plantsofheaven PA/18088 ( on
Thu, Jul 27, 06 at 9:15

I would like to know whether the white version of passiflora incarnata also produces edible fruit. Please let me know

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RE: Question on white passiflora incarnata

As far as I know, all varieties of incarnata produce edible fruit. But since the species is wild, there's a wide variation as to the quality of the fruit (just as the flowers show a wide variety). So if you got p. incarnata var. alba (which isn't a subspecies, just a variety) the fruit may be great, may be mediocre, but it'd be edible.

RE: Question on white passiflora incarnata

I recall reading somewhere that 'Alba' is said to produce very good tasting fruit.

RE: Question on white passiflora incarnata

Does anyone on these boards have an Alba to trade? I've got some rooted cuttings of Lady Margaret I'd be willing to swap for one.

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