What causes the leaves on passion flowers to turn yellow and drop off, and what can be done to keep them green?
I want to know how to propagate the Passion Flower from cuttings.
My passion flower did not flower this year, lots of growth but no flowers. I have it in a large pot and water regularly. Should I cut it all the way back for winter and move into a sheltered area? I live in Vancouver, Wa. and we get pretty cold weather in the winter. We had a foot of snow last year that’s very unusual, but the passion flower may not make it through that kind of winter. This was the first year for this plant. I also planted a purple morning glory with it and it did fantastic.
I bought a Passion flower today and I want to know how to take care of it and how do I pepare it for winter.
I started a passion flower from seed about 2 years ago, and while the foilage is lovely, it has never produced a flower. I keep it indoors in a pot and put it outside on my porch during the summer. Our climate is too cold fo keep it outdoors permanently. How can I get it to bloom? Also, it never loses its leaves in the winter. Is that all right?
I am Zone 3 in east central AB. This year I planted 2 passion flowers and a John Paul 11 clematis in pots around my obelisk. I have just read the tips on this site and I want to bring my pots inside and store them in the dark, cold room in the basement for the winter. My question is, can I cut the vines off a couple inches above the dirt, or how much do I need to leave on the plant? Obviously, I cannot bring the whole 6 ft obelisk and 4 potted plants inside. Should I water it well first and then just forget about it for the winter? Any suggestions will be appreciated.
Can I start a passion flower vine from the bulbs produced by the vine? If I can, how do I do that? Does the bulb need to be green or in a dried state? Do I plant the actual bulb or the seeds inside the bulb? I am wanting to get the bulbs from KY and plant in FL.
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