Passion Melon Passiflora quadrangularis Also known as Giant Granadilla produces the largest fruit any species within the genus passiflora. Giant green to yellow fruit can grow up to a foot in diameter follow gorgeous blooms. Vines grow fast and are a perfect addition anywhere as an annual in hanging baskets or trellising. Hardy from zones 9 and above as a perennial.
Fun Facts: Also known as Passiflora Macrocarpa or Giant Granadilla Native to Central and South America and is grown for it's large ornamental fragrant flowers and the large fruits A vigorous tropical vine with large bright green leaves Pruning is a must to keep the vine healthy Prune off less vigorous growth and occasionally prune back vigorous growth to promote flowering Hardy to 35 degrees when mature USES: Greenhouse Outdoor Standard Zones 9+ Bonsai Potted Deck Plant Indoor Tropical
Sowing instructions: Soak in warm water for 24 hours Sow seed 3/4" deep at a soil temperature of 61-64° F. and keep moist Sow in standard good draining potting mix Plant Care: Grow in a standard potting mix Likes a deep, rich well fertilized soil Keep moist and feed once a month Transplant when large enough to handle into pots Keep humid if in dry conditions by occasional misting
Culture · full sun to partial shade is best; shade tolerant · moist, slightly acidic, well-drained, high organic matter soil is ideal · dislikes hot, dry locations · avoid windswept winter locations Landscape Uses · specimen plant, bonsai, · accent plant for artistic appearance · rock gardens · in mini-groves
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