Passiflora Edulis Passion Fruit Seeds 20pcs Bag


20pcs/bag Passion Fruit (Passiflora edulis) seeds
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20pcs Bag Of Exotic Passion Fruit Passiflora Edulis Seeds For Vibrant Tropical Landscaping

Welcome to the world of exotic tropical landscaping with our 20pcs Bag of Passion Fruit Passiflora Edulis Seeds. Passion Fruit, also known by its Latin name Passiflora Edulis Sims, is an enchanting, perennial climber that is renowned for its vibrant flowers and delicious, tropical fruit.

Our package contains 20 high-quality seeds that are perfect for transforming your courtyard into a tropical paradise. These seeds are not just for beautifying but also provide an excellent source of Vitamin C and dietary fiber with the fruits they bear. They thrive best in tropical climates, so whether you’re in the tropics or have a greenhouse, these seeds are perfect.

Imagine the satisfaction of seeing your passion fruit vine reaching up to 600cm high, adorned with beautiful blossoms during its full-bloom period in spring. With a growth temperature of 20-30C and a germination period of 15-25 days, you can expect your passion fruit to fruit within 9-12 weeks of flowering.

Despite their exotic appeal, these passion fruit seeds are very easy to cultivate. The only pests to watch out for are mosaic viruses, blight, and dying off, all of which can be easily controlled with regular care.

How to Plant Passiflora Edulis Passion Fruit Seeds 20pcs Bag:

1. Soak the seeds in warm water for about 24 hours to soften the outer shell.
2. Plant the seeds in a well-draining soil mix, about 1/2 inch deep.
3. Place the planted seeds in a location with a temperature of 15-20C, ideally under indirect sunlight.
4. Keep the soil moist but not waterlogged.
5. Wait for 15-25 days for germination.
6. Once the seedlings have grown a few inches, transplant them to their final growing location.

Embrace the joy of gardening and enhance your outdoor space with our Passion Fruit Passiflora Edulis Seeds. Order yours today and start your tropical gardening adventure!

– Latin name: Passiflora Edulis Sims, also known as Passion Fruit
– Planting Season: Spring, with a full-bloom period in the same season
– Germination rate: Germination period of 15-25 days
– Grown Plant Size: Passion fruit vines can reach up to 600cm high
– Time to Maturity: Fruits are typically ready within 9-12 weeks of flowering
– Soil Type: Thrives best in a well-draining soil mix
– Watering: Keep the soil moist but not waterlogged
– Sunlight: Best grown in a location with indirect sunlight
– Uses: Besides beautifying your outdoor space, the fruits produced are an excellent source of Vitamin C and dietary fiber
– Deer resistance: Not specifically resistant to deer, but not a common target either
– Pest and Disease Resistance: Resistant to most common pests and diseases except for mosaic viruses, blight, and dying off. Regular care can easily control these issues
– Spacing Requirements: Allow ample space for the vine to climb and spread
– Companion Plants: Complements other tropical plants, particularly those that can provide a support structure for the climbing vine
– Harvesting Instructions: Harvest the fruits when they are fully ripe and have a deep purple or yellow color. They should come off the vine easily with a light pull
– Easy to cultivate, making it a perfect choice for gardeners of all skill levels
– Seeds come in a convenient 20pcs bag, perfect for starting your tropical garden
– Thrives best in tropical climates but can also be grown in greenhouses.

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