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  • How do you grow passion flower from seed?

  • Passion flower may be propagated from seed, but the seedlings may not grow to be the same as the parent plant. Soak the seeds in tepid water for 24 hours to soften the hard seed coat. Then sow into multipurpose compost and keep covered at a temperature of 25C (77F) until seedlings appear.

  • What kind of soil do passion flowers like?

  • Depending on the variety, passion flower is generally a hardy plant, and will thrive in pretty much any soil type and pH. It does, however, prefer its soil to be fertile 鈥?when planting in a container, do so in a high-quality, peat-free compost. There is no need to add fertiliser, unless the plant is not growing.

  • Can you grow passion flowers in a greenhouse?

  • Some passion flowers are suitable only for growing in a conservatory or greenhouse. Grow passion flowers in full sun to partial shade, in in well-drained soil in a warm, sheltered spot. Cut back after flowering to keep plants neat, or cut away damaged growth in spring. Most varieties need winter protection. More on growing passion flowers:

  • What does a passion flower look like?

  • Most passion flowers are evergreen with dark green leaves and either white or purple blooms. Some passion flowers are suitable only for growing in a conservatory or greenhouse. Grow passion flowers in full sun to partial shade, in in well-drained soil in a warm, sheltered spot.