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Passiflora x exoniensis

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By Meanie


Passiflora x exoniensis (Passiflora x exoniensis)

Sues other Passionflower. Late, but it is a real doer once it gets going...............



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It's lovely

8 Sep, 2012

 

Thank you Sticki! I'm rather jealous!

8 Sep, 2012

 

can you get cuttings from these?

8 Sep, 2012

 

I have a couple on the go!!

8 Sep, 2012

 

hope they are successful!

8 Sep, 2012

 

Thats lovely, mine is refusing to flower this year so far!

8 Sep, 2012

 

This is a stunner Meanie...

8 Sep, 2012

 

Me too Sticki!

This is loaded PA! How do you over-winter yours?

I would recommend this Moti if you can get it going early enough............

9 Sep, 2012

 

Lovely, no sign of flowers on mine yet either and its in the sunroom!!!!!!!!

9 Sep, 2012

 

Meanie I have a flower nearly open on the salvia Black and Blue you sent me :-))

9 Sep, 2012

 

Mine is in a frost free greenhouse min temp +3 in the winter, outside at the moment as it has a little red spider mite.

9 Sep, 2012

 

Beautiful colour, I must try growing some of these unusual ones again....

9 Sep, 2012

 

Simbad - this is outdoors.
You're clearly talking very nicely to the Black & Blue!

It's in the ground Plantoholic, so it'll have to do its best with a fleece. Maurizio Vecchia reckons down to zero celsius.............

DD - This has proven to be a good one. Blooms really strongly, but was late this year. Very vigorous grower too.

9 Sep, 2012

 

Thanks for the info....Meanie I am needing some advice regarding our Brugmansia, will post a pic with some questions.

9 Sep, 2012

 

wonderful, need one of these for my polytunnel : )

10 Sep, 2012

 

Perhaps P.antioquensis as the fruits are said to be sublime..........

10 Sep, 2012

 

That's a superb flower color! And, I do see many species of Passiflora here in San Diego.

14 Sep, 2012

 

It's also proven to be a real doer (if late owing to the non summer) Delonix!

14 Sep, 2012

 

Does it produce fruit?

14 Sep, 2012

 

Too short a season I think.................

14 Sep, 2012

 

Meanie:

That's okay. I'll send you several big boxes full of passion fruits. lol! My neighbor has probably thousands of fruit (of 3 varieties) on her 100ft plus cyclone fence. I've already received a few huge bags of fruit for juicing.

14 Sep, 2012

 

Lush!

14 Sep, 2012

 

and to think I have to pollinate mine by hand lol

14 Sep, 2012

 

Any success yet?

14 Sep, 2012

 

oh yes a few fruits there, some small ones fell off but have 20 now with my bits of tape with a few slug pellets ; )
I am just wondering if they can get close to ripening in there. No matter but next year well that'll be a different story : )

14 Sep, 2012

 

Do not be tempted to try them unless they are fully ripe as they have a certain level of toxicity as they ripen.

14 Sep, 2012

 

Will do

14 Sep, 2012

 

Meanie:

You're correct about unripe fruit. Here we just wait for them to fall to the ground. Or pick them and wait until they're wrinkled, shriveled before you eat or juice them!

14 Sep, 2012



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