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Old 11-01-2011, 02:43 PM   #641 (permalink)
 
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Thanks Noah. I'm going to plant them today. Its strange because the first edulis seeds I got to sprout only took a week to germinate but the caerulea took almost 2 months to germinate. I want to look for incarnata next year
We we looking for incarnata for seed also. When it is found Tony will get all he wants and you can have some also. There are 4 plants inside the house now and they will get alot of tlc until they can go back outside under protection from the butterflies. We also have some problems sprotuing but keep plugging away and will get it right. Good luck.
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I read in one of my books that Alata is supposed to be self-fertile, but I guess that hasn't been the case for you Tony. Is that right?
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I read in one of my books that Alata is supposed to be self-fertile, but I guess that hasn't been the case for you Tony. Is that right?
Self fertile,self compatible or self fertilizing ?
I have heard this also.I am not sure will find out next year. These fruit are P.phoenicea which is not self compatible. Okay this is were it gets weird.Phenicea works on alata,alata works on phoeniea,alata is self compatable,phoeniea is not. I was also reading that all the phoenicea in the U.S. are probably hybrids and not pure,
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Well, that sounds nearly as complicated as banana cultivar identification. So, what you're saying is that the fruits with "Alata" written on them in the photo are actually P. phoenicea, which is not self whatever. The true alata may or may not be self whatever and may or may not actually exist in the trade in the US. Yes?
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Old 11-05-2011, 10:52 AM   #647 (permalink)
 
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Well, that sounds nearly as complicated as banana cultivar identification. So, what you're saying is that the fruits with "Alata" written on them in the photo are actually P. phoenicea, which is not self whatever. The true alata may or may not be self whatever and may or may not actually exist in the trade in the US. Yes?
The fruit with alata written on it is a phoenicea fruit that was pollenated with alata.I heard that the phoeniceas in the United States are most likely all hybrids and will not self.Alata I am not sure about,next year I will isolated some alata flowers and see if they will self.If it does not that does not mean much either because it may be a hybrid and not true alata. So true alata and true phoenicea should self but finding the true form may be difficult
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Harvey what is the lowest temp. your frederick got last winter ?
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That red flowers amazing and its one of my favorite ones too. i have a friend in midlands England and he grows Foetidas in his window sill and he uses the fruit to make passion fruit pies.
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That red flowers amazing and its one of my favorite ones too. i have a friend in midlands England and he grows Foetidas in his window sill and he uses the fruit to make passion fruit pies.
Lots of Passiflora enthusiast in England
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Remember the two passion vines i picked up for $2 each? Look how they've grown! The litte bamboo poles that the vines were originally on are also in the new planter box adding support to the trellis.


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Remember the two passion vines i picked up for $2 each? Look how they've grown! The litte bamboo poles that the vines were originally on are also in the new planter box adding support to the trellis.


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My passiflora collection has grown to fifty varieties.Some are still flowering even with lows in the 40's.
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Got seed? Everytime I go to a place called 'ButterflyWorld' they are always out of what I am interested in.
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Got tons of seed.I cannot ship to Hawaii unless you have an import permit or know something I don't.
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