Q.Growing Passion Fruit In One Pot Or Several Indoors
I planted some passion fruit seeds in a large pot about a month ago and the sprouts are doing great! I live in Oregon so I know I will need to take the pot inside during the cold season. I am wondering if I leave all the sprouts in the same pot or replant sprouts in different pots. I’m committed to keeping them inside and making a space for the vines to climb. Anyone have some advice for passion fruit?
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As a general rule, one should only plant one or two seeds per pot to avoid this situation. The proper thing to do will be to cut all but one or two, without pulling them out, to avoid disturbing the roots of the two that you intend to keep.
However, if you are really careful, you might get some of them to transplant out into their own containers.
This article will help you to care for the plant: