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Old 07-11-2012, 04:36 AM   #861 (permalink)
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You are right about the coronas, the orange one has no white in the corona, but the larger plant does have white. Is it possible that it is still a hybrid, but just exhibits the traits of the P. vitifolia parent? I'm not stuck on the hybrid aspect either way, I wanted P. vitifolia at some point anyway.
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You are right about the coronas, the orange one has no white in the corona, but the larger plant does have white. Is it possible that it is still a hybrid, but just exhibits the traits of the P. vitifolia parent? I'm not stuck on the hybrid aspect either way, I wanted P. vitifolia at some point anyway.
Sure it could be a hybrid.

Plants of Hawaii: passiflora coccinea

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Sure it could be a hybrid.

Plants of Hawaii: passiflora coccinea
Interesting link. The plant that I thought was P. mollissima is actually called P. tarminiana. There is apparently a beautiful white one, P. subpeltata, that I want to locate. The reddish one I just got resembles P. miniata, P. incarnata x miniata, or P. vitifolia more than a P. Piresii, with the color leaning more to the P. miniata, but a few petals fold back like the P. vitifolia so I'm not sure about what it really is.

Tks for that link. Lots of banana pictures, but not much info on the varieties they were. The Koa'e (Ae Ae) and Iholena plants were pretty obvious, but the others could be anything.

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OK, since the incarnata is so successful that I have to kill it off before it devours the entire house and garden, are there any other possibilities for zone 7a that are less obstreperous? Cerulea seems to go like crazy too. Otherwise I have to just put out in pots so I can easily move them inside for the winter.
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OK, since the incarnata is so successful that I have to kill it off before it devours the entire house and garden, are there any other possibilities for zone 7a that are less obstreperous? Cerulea seems to go like crazy too. Otherwise I have to just put out in pots so I can easily move them inside for the winter.
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I hope to be better luck with incarnata this time
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Is that plant from seed I sent ? That is amazing growth.My seed must be special
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Oh yes, its from your seed.
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Passiflora Piresii - vine is considerably larger with darker healthier looking leaves. Continues t
to crank out blooms, but never see any sign of fruit. Maybe needs another plant to breed with.

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What are your best fruiting and eating quality Passiflora for your location?
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What are your best fruiting and eating quality Passiflora for your location?
Passiflora Edulis Frederick is the best. P.alata and P.phoenica second best. Frederick is easier to grow is self fertile and self pollinates
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