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Passiflora Seemanii

10 seeds of this Passiflora Quadrangularis. This plant grows 30 to 35 feet and is root hardy in zones 8 and higher. It likes the full sunshine and a mild dose of potash in the early spring. The flowers on this plant are about 4 inches across and have large maroon petals with purple and blue filaments. This vine produced lots of these beautiful blossoms during this past summer followed by large fruits about 2 inches across.
Passiflora Seemanii

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Seeds from Passiflora seemanii. Fragrant flowers are purple blue with a corona banded purple and white. Occasionally cultivated in Mexico and Hawaii for its tasty fruit, which makes a refreshing drink. Large vine with pale green 2 to 3 lobed leaves. Native to the lowlands of southern Mexico, Central America, and northwestern South America. Minimum temperature of 50F. Zones 8 to 11.



Passiflora 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 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 sexflora | Goatsfoot

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Passiflora sexflora | Goatsfoot

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Seeds from Passiflora sexflora, or Goatsfoot are offered here. The leaves of this plant resemble bat wings, and the plant itself has small clusters of greenish white and purple flowers which bloom from September and November. The fruits are dark violet, bluish berries about a half an inch in diameter. Goatsfoot requires full sun or part shade, but less flowers will be produced in part shade. The soil must be well drained but do not over water. The plant cannot tolerate the cold. This is a highly endangered species. Passiflora Sexflora, alsa known as Goatsfoot, is native to Florida, Southern Mexico, the Caribbeans, Antilles and South America. It is commonly found in woods and thickets. Passiflora Sexflora is a moderately herbaceous vine. In order to let Passiflora Sexflora grow at its best, the plant should be placed close to a wall. USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11.



Passiflora Suberosa

seeds of this passion vine Passiflora Suberosa also known as Cork-bark Passion flower or Indigo Berry and also Devil's Pumpkin, a hardy passionvine, root hardy to zone 8. The flowers on this plant usually grow as a single blossom every 4 or 5 inches down the stem with very light greenish petals and light yellow filaments and a white center. The shiny mapleshaped leaves make this plant attractive even when not in blossom. This vine produced hundreds of these beautiful blossoms during this past summer which in turn produce many tiny 1/2 inch deep purple passion fruits. The vine grew to about 10' and was pretty much pest free. I keep mine in the ground and protect it in the winter months with a very light mulch.
Passiflora Suberosa

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Seeds from this passion vine Passiflora suberosa also known as Cork stemmed Passion flower or Indigo Berry and also Devils Pumpkin, a hardy passion vine, root hardy to zone 8. The flowers on this plant usually grow as a single blossom every 4 or 5 inches down the stem with very light greenish petals and light yellow filaments and a white center. The shiny maple shaped leaves make this plant attractive even when not in blossom. This vine produced hundreds of these blossoms during this past summer which in turn produce many tiny half inch deep purple passion fruits. The vine grew to about 10 feet and was pretty much pest free. I keep mine in the ground and protect it in the winter months with a very light mulch. Passiflora suberosa is a host plant for the Gulf Fritillary, Julia Heliconian, Mexican Silverspot, and Zebra Heliconian butterflies.



Passiflora SUBEROSA var. Papua New Guinea

seeds of this passion vine Passiflora Suberosa V. Papua from New Guinea. Unlike it's maple shaped leaf cousin, this variety has all oval pointed leaves. This is a hardy passionvine, root hardy to zone 8. The flowers on this plant usually grow as a single blossom every 4 or 5 inches down the stem with very light greenish petals and light yellow filaments and a white center. This vine produced hundreds of these beautiful blossoms during this past summer which in turn produce many tiny 1/4 inch deep purple passion fruits. The vine grew to about 10' and was pretty much pest free. seeds of this passion vine Passiflora Suberosa V. Papua from New Guinea. Unlike it's maple shaped leaf cousin, this variety has all oval pointed leaves. This is a hardy passionvine, root hardy to zone 8. The flowers on this plant usually grow as a single blossom every 4 or 5 inches down the stem with very light greenish petals and light yellow filaments and a white center. This vine produced hundreds of these beautiful blossoms during this past summer which in turn produce many tiny 1/4 inch deep purple passion fruits. The vine grew to about 10' and was pretty much pest free.
Passiflora SUBEROSA var. Papua New Guinea

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Seeds from this passion vine



Passiflora Subpeltata

Passiflora subpeltata in a beautiful pearl white color. This vine produced hundreds of these beautiful blossoms during this past summer and give off a lightly perfumed scent that fills the yard when in full bloom. The vine grew to about 20' 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 vines is foliage hardy in zones 9 and higher, although it will come back from the roots when the weather warms up if damaged by hard frosts
Passiflora Subpeltata

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Seeds from this Passiflora subpeltata in a pearl white color. This vine produced many of these blossoms during this past summer. The vine grew to about 20 feet and was pretty much pest free. This vines is foliage hardy in zones 9 and higher, although it will come back from the roots when the weather warms up if damaged by hard frosts.



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