Q.Can I Pollinate A Snow Queen Passion Vine With A Common Passion Flower Vine?
Also, you mention that they are self sterile, and that you need another vine. Does that mean a whole different plant or just a different vine from the same plant. If I take cuttings from a mother plant that grow into their own plant, will they be too genetically identical to pollinate each other? Thanks Anthony
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This only applies to yellow passionflower. Your types are self fertile, which means that they will NOT need a separate plant for pollination, as per the article.
However, if these don't have access to bees, which are the pollinators, then you will have to hand pollinate them by rubbing the pollen onto the center of the flower.