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How Do You Root Passion Flower Vine?

Posted by supermom30 NW Florida (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 17, 08 at 15:56

I have some cuttings of a passion flower vine. I could not find info on how to root them. I put 2 in water and 2 in soil...none of them seem to be doing to hot. Have also not found a way to root Confederate Jasmine. If anyone has any tips or tricks Please let me know...thank You...Heather


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RE: How Do You Root Passion Flower Vine?

did you put root horomone on them first?? then in the soil?? i have rooted in both. but i like the soil, then filtered light and misted. same with confederate jasmine if i was to give it a try. i'd also use stay green aqua control soil. don't know why but for me that stuff is awesome!!

~Medo


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RE: How Do You Root Passion Flower Vine?

Have large passion flower vine wanting to start cuttings for myself & 85 yr. Old aunt. Please advice best method. Thanks.


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RE: How Do You Root Passion Flower Vine?

I didn't think you could grow Passion flower from cuttings. Where you able to root them, medontdo? I worked at a plant nursery where the owner tried to root 100 cuttings and none of them took.


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RE: How Do You Root Passion Flower Vine?

Yes, you can root Passiflora from cuttings. I take tip cuttings, dip them in rooting hormone, stick them in moist, well-draining potting soil and cover them with a plastic bag. Some root, some don't.


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RE: How Do You Root Passion Flower Vine?

I just take my cuttings and stick them in flower pots. Then I keep them moist and set them under the shade of a dogwood tree. This has worked for me for p. incarnata, caerulea, alata, edulis and quadrangularis. Hope this helps.
Linda


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