I have 2 new passionfruit vines and both are under attack from pests that are not visible.
The new leaves are being eaten, and now the older leaves are also showing results of something chewing away at them. Without being able to identify the pest, is there a home made non-toxic spray that might protect the plants from total eradication ?
I have some blue passion flower plants that I planted in the ground, and now it is winter time and I did not bring them indoors. I would like to know if they will survive the winter in the Toronto area? I would also like to know if I can leave the dahlia tubers outdoors as well?
It was started from a cutting in October and doing well, lots of new growth. Two days ago the top leaves were looking very wilted. Now more of the top of the vine is collapsing. The plant is about 10 inches tall and is in the house for the winter.
I believe it is a passion incarnta. (sp)
I live in south central Texas and my passion vine has been beaten up by the unusal frigid, consecutive, below-freezing days. It has been growing up our covered pergola porch for about two years, but now ALL of the vines have dropped leaves and look dead. Do I take all the vines off the roof and prune it back? If so, how much and when should I do this?
I’m thinking of buying a passion flower plant. I can only do container plants because of where I live. My question is, can this be grown as a hanging plant without a trellis?
My outdoor passion flowers froze in the Florida freezing temps. Will they grow back?
We have a passion vine that was covering two small, dead trees. We removed the dead trees and now have the vine with the dried up leaves on the ground. How much can we prune back on the vine to ensure good regrowth?
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