My leaves are all curled up and pointing downward. What is causing this?
Is there some condition which has changed recently? Has it gotten a little more wet than normal? Maybe it has either dipped into colder temperatures, or hotter than normal daytime temps. Do you feed often? as this can be a sign of too much to much nitrogen in the soil as well.
Here is an article for more information on the care of this plant:
i have a purple passion plant that I put on the front porch. Left windows open and temperatures dropped into 20's. The leaves are drooping and I am afraid I have killed it. Are there any suggestions to revive this plant?
Protect the plant so you do not expose it to freezing temperatures again.
You will need to simply wait and see how severe the damage is.
You can prune the plant back to a healthy set of leaves.
If you continue to see the plant die back, the roots may have suffered cold damage. Depending on the severity, this can kill the entire plant.
Is this plant harmful to cats? Our male Tuxedo cat has tried to eat the leaves.
According to the ASPCA, the Purple Passion Plant, aka Purple Velvet Plant is non-toxic to cats.
Here are a couple of articles you might find helpful:
my passion plant is growing taller but somehow the stalk to the plant got broke but is still intact how can i reroot this can i snip it off the stalk and put in water to reroot it
This article will help you with propagation.
Are they sensitive plants or just don't like me? I have this problem before. Help!
Make sure you have not overwatered this plant; they are susceptible to root rot.
This article will help you with care.
Flowering white and very very long vines what do I do?
This means that the plant is happy. There is nothing to do until the flowers are dead. You can prune them off if they are releasing the seeds. Just cut below the floral clusters. Otherwise, you can leave them to fall off naturally, if you prefer.
Here is an article that will help you with their care: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/purple-passion-plant/purple-passion-houseplants.htm
does this plant want a rooting mix or simply let it root in water? thank you
You can root your cuttings in a perlite or vermiculite mixture. Here's an article that will help: