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Do you cut the passion flower climber back after it as flowered in it's first year


By Sudoko

United Kingdom Gb

A Passiflora caerulea (blue passion Flower)

..we have one that went really well last year and are left with what looks like a dead climber.we don't know what to do with it. any suggestions.

On plant Passiflora caerulea



you would have to ask this question with he name of or a photo of the climer realy though it doesnt sound right to me

24 Mar, 2009


From Leave the plant looking messy over winter & prune only after growth has restarted. Even then always leave some long straggly bits. When pruning never cut hard to the main stems. Never prune late in the season.

24 Mar, 2009



24 Mar, 2009


i too have one of these bought it from a garden center in 2010 in full bloom we planted it in a bigger pot with new soil it was going great guns all summer and now this year may 2011 nothing looks dead to the world do i leave it repot or prune it?

15 May, 2011

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