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- Wednesday, June 10, 2009
do's and don'ts
Reviewed By: pat Chandler (bowie , texas)
What a gorgeous wonderous plant this is...I planted six of these vines around a wrought iron gazebo; they grew quickly and covered the gazebo in one spring, producing hundreds of exquisite flowers that closed at nite and opened at first light..My friends and neighbors were amazed as was I..But alas, on a really hot day, the iron gazebo got extremely hot, and the plants withered and supposedly died! I was broken hearted! However, the following spring, the plants returned, and the story repeated itself. I should have removed the plants and placed them in a safer place, but my life was too hurried at the time..so, may I suggest to everyone, choose a wise place to plant your passion flowers and you will indeed have a spiritual journey that will not end as mine did..you know, the passion flower is linked to the theological icon of the passion of Christ on the cross. Check out some of the reviews, and good luck. Hope my experience has enlightened a few, and you will all have a beautiful experience with the passion flower. What an exquisitely beautiful flower it is! Take care, Pat Chandler
- Tuesday, January 12, 2010
Reviewed By: Martha (Deepwater, Missouri)
I live in zone 5 and have both the purple and white passion flowers growning on our fence, the are beautiful to look at and smell like heaven, the do tend to sound out runners,but that is the only problem I have found, humming birds love them
- Thursday, April 22, 2010
Reviewed By: Tuetipp (Denison, Tx)
I first encountered the awesome Passiflora when I lived in Calif. The mild winters there allowed it to survive as a barky vine above ground year round, but in Tx the vines dry up and die off above ground, only to return the next spring. I harvest the dozen new runners that spring up around my yard each year and share this marvelous plant with family and friends.I have many blooms that reach the size of my hand easily. Not sure if thats because its the Exotica version (curly filaments) or not.I just know its an awesome little vine.
- Sunday, April 25, 2010
Beautiful WHEN it Blooms
Reviewed By: Elizabeth (Cheyenne, Wyoming)
I love the bloom on this plant - when it blooms. And I can't get it to produce any fruit either! I have this plant in my bathroom for the humidity, which has a large sunwindow facing the south. It blooms every 2 months, one or two blooms, but won't produce fruit. I think it's beautifull when it blooms, but the blooms fall off after about 1 week and it just takes so long to get it to bloom again. Very frustrating!
- Friday, May 14, 2010
Reviewed By: Wendy (miami, fl)
this is a beautiful plant comes looking like a fern but it is very versatile, I'm loving every green leave!