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- Monday, August 06, 2007
Butterfly Host Plant
Reviewed By: Linda Fair (Beverly Hills, Florida)
I purchased 3 of these plants this Spring. They have spread to cover approximately 25' of my fence. Early this summer the caterpillars were eating the leaves like crazy but the plant still bloomed profusely and looks beautiful. I am now rewarded with lots of butterflies in my yard.
- 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!
- Monday, May 17, 2010
Reviewed By: Candace (Williamsport, PA)
I was realy impressed by the condition the vine was in when it arrived. It was very green with little curly tendrils. The base of the plant was well cultivated. I have this in a pot on my enclosed patio. Everyday it grows a little more despite the weather being unpredictable. I do have to spray it once in a while for pests. I use an indoor plant pesticide and do it sparingly and so far it is well tolerated . I am very excited to see it bloom, the vine itself is interesting!
- Tuesday, September 14, 2010
the passion fruit lover
Reviewed By: ms charli (san diego, ca)
i love our passion fruit plant.it"s been very fruitful for the last 7years I"ve let it grow on some heavy wire up in the air, across the with of my large yard . and put dragonfly lites on it and its beautiful and full of passion fruit.me and my daughters injoy eating our fruit and sharing it with others.
- Monday, October 11, 2010
What A Beauty !!
Reviewed By: TED (Bryan, TX)
I have had my passion flower planted in the ground now for two years. I can't get over how well it has been growing. I haven't eaten any of the fruit for simply wasn't for sure when to harvest them. I found a red flower that I should of ordered when I saw it, but can't remember who had it. I am always sharing my plant with all the new vines that keeps sprouting all over the place.