FREE fresh seeds for Passiflora Edulis Flavicarpa

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  1. Native Gardener

    Native Gardener New Seed

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    Beautiful passion fruit vine grows to 20ft. in a short period of time. I have fresh seeds that need a good tropical climate home. Can withstand some frost but not below 30 degrees. Needs warm sunshine and humid conditions. Several butterfly larvae make this plant it's baby nursery. You get green fruit which turn yellow when ripe and will fall from the vine when it's ready. Have tons of fruit this season, so wanted to share seeds. Just send me a SASE for the seeds.
     

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  3. Northerner

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    Am I correct when saying that these would not do well in southern Wisconsin? When I lived in GA gfound a field that was full of these. Very unique specimen.
     
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    They might do all right in the summer months if you have 85 degrees or higher. It will succumb to frost or snow but will sprout again in spring and summer.
     
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    Oh ok. If it comes back like a perrenial I'd be interested. I know it's proper to trade something but I just started growing a green thumb and don't really have anything. In the fall though I'll be getting a bunch of bulbs and I'm sure I'll have plenty extra.
     



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  6. Native Gardener

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    Nice of you to offer, but I don't need anything in return. I just wanted to find good homes for my seeds. Send your SASE to :

    Douglas Fuller
    1924 NW 28th St. #1
    Oakland Park, FL 33311

    Make sure your start your seeds in pots. I plant 8 to 10 seeds together. They like to be grouped together and germinate better also. Make sure your pots have potting MIX and not garden SOIL. After they get 10 to 12 inches tall you can transplant them into your ground.
     
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    Ok, educate me.. what's a SASE? Lol
     
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    Never mind.. I looked it up. I'll send it out. Thank you very much.
     
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    Seeds made it here. Thank you sir.
     

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