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Passiflora foetida

Posted by hardytropicalguy z6 SWMI (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 23, 09 at 22:14

This is an annual passiflora that I grew from a cutting that was about 3 inches high and poorly rooted when received. Well it grew to cover about a 20 ft section of ugly chain Link fence in one growing season so I'd say it did it's job!
Passiflora foetida

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Very pretty!!!


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Very nice Ted! Those are some very nice blooms. Did you get any fruit?
~Ethan


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That looks great, much more robust then mine. I've always kept my foetida in a pot but I think I'll root a cutting and treat it as an annual outside next spring.


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Oh my goodness!! I'm soooo jealous! I can grow Passies in a pot for a short while where I live. I can only dream of one my plants having that many blooms on it...
truly beautiful!

Is it still blooming? I would love photos to do paintings of!


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