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How can you tell when...

Posted by ibartoo z8 sc (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 14, 08 at 9:51

I have a p. suberosa and it is covered in tiny fruits. How can you tell when they are mature enough to harvest? Thanks, Linda


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RE: How can you tell when...

Hi Linda
They should look like in the link below when ripe - they tend not to drop but in any event they are not edible - they are meant for bats rather than humans to eat! You can use them to make ink though apparently.
Myles

Here is a link that might be useful: Passiflora suberosa fruit


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Thanks Myles, I wasn't planning to eat them though, just wanted to harvest the seeds. LOL I appreciate your help. linda


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