|Common name||Passion flower|
|Germination||A few weeks to a few months.
Soak 24 hours in tepid water or orange juice, sow in a light potting soil and moisten 25-30 °C.
Take cuttings in spring or summer, take cuttings at the top of the stems and make sure there is a node or a heel of older wood dip the cutting in a hormone for cuttings (optional) plant in a light potting soil and moisten wrap everything in a plastic bag to retain moisture until the cutting is rooted
It's a tropical Passiflora that prefers temperatures above 18 °C. Suitable for the warm greenhouse or indoors, may be put outside during Summer.
Water preferably every day during the summer give fertilizer every 1 or 2 weeks during the growing season fertilize monthly in winter flowering occurs on wood of two years, keep this in mind when pruning.
|Scarification / Stratification||No|
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