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Passiflora Edulis Incarnata

20 seeds of this native passiflora Incarnata or maypop is extremely easy to grow and will produce lots of small edible fruit each summer. The vine grew to about 30' and was pretty much pest free. The caterpillars didn't seem to want to eat this one as much as some of my others. This vine is foliage hardy in zones 9 and higher and root hardy in zones 6 and above. Feel free to visit my flower garden gallery.
Passiflora Edulis Incarnata

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Seeds from this native passiflora Incarnata or maypop is extremely easy to grow and will produce lots of small edible fruit each summer. The vine grew to about 30 feet and was pretty much pest free. The caterpillars did not seem to want to eat this one as much as some of my others. This vine is foliage hardy in zones 9 and higher and root hardy in zones 6 and above. Passiflora incarnata is a North American native host plant for the Gulf Fritillary, the Variegated Fritillary, the Banded Hairstreak, and the Red banded Hairstreak butterflies.


Passiflora Edulis Ligularis

Passiflora Edulis Ligularis
Passiflora Edulis Ligularis

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Eeds of this Passiflora Ligularis. This plant grows 20 to 25 feet and is root hardy in zones 8 and higher. It likes full sunshine and a mild dose of potash in the early spring. The flowers on this plant are about 2 inches across and have large dark lavender petals with purple and blue filaments. This vine produced lots of these blossoms during this past summer followed by large fruits about 2 inches across.



Passiflora Edulis Setacea

 seeds of Passiflora setacea or Sururuca which has 3", oval, green skinned fruits with translucent orange pulp that reportedly has a juicy, tasty and acidy flavor. Growing up to 10 feet in zones 8-11 but can be cut back and kept inside during colder seasons. A perennial vine with three-lobed leaves and white flowers.
Passiflora Edulis Setacea

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Seeds from Passiflora setacea or Sururuca which has 3 inch, oval, green skinned fruits with translucent orange pulp that reportedly has a juicy, tasty and acid flavor. Growing up to 10 feet in zones 8 to 11 but can be cut back and kept inside during colder seasons. A perennial vine with three lobed leaves and white flowers.



Passiflora Edulis Vespertilio

7 fresh seeds for this very hard to find Passiflora vespertilio. This is a very dainty and fragile looking passiflora with its long featherly filaments surrounding the pure white dainty petals. This is hardy in zones 9 and above and in good growing conditions will grow up to 6 feet. The fragrance is very delicate and lightly fruity. Feel free to visit my flower garden gallery.
Passiflora Edulis Vespertilio

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Seeds from this very hard to find Passiflora vespertilio. This is a very dainty and fragile looking passiflora with its long feathery filaments surrounding the pure white dainty petals. This is hardy in zones 9 and above and in good growing conditions will grow up to 6 feet. The fragrance is very delicate and lightly fruity.



Pecan Mahan Nut large Papershell Easy

seeds of Mahan Pecan or Florida Giant, Georgia Giant, Masterpiece, Mayhan, Mississippi Giant, Chestnut. I have these beautiful shade trees growing all over my yard as we have heavily fertilized this tree for the past three years. Produces large papershell nuts that are up to 2 1/2 inches long and very easy to crack.  Mid- to late-season pollen shed, with early to mid-season receptivity. Very prolific, with a strong tendency to overbear as a mature tree.   Ripens late, about 12 days after 'Stuart'. Hardy in zones 6-9. This 80 foot  tree will produce the highly sought after nuts after about 4 years.
Pecan Mahan Nut large Papershell Easy

19 Available Now

Seeds from Mahan Pecan or Florida Giant, Georgia Giant, Masterpiece, Mayhan, Mississippi Giant, Chestnut. I have these shade trees growing all over my yard as we have heavily fertilized this tree for the past three years. Produces large paper shell nuts that are up to 2 and a half inches long and very easy to crack. Mid to late season pollen shed, with early to mid season receptivity. Very prolific, with a strong tendency to overbear as a mature tree. Ripens late, about 12 days after Stuart. Hardy in zones 6 to 9. This 80 foot tree will produce the highly sought after nuts after about 4 years.



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