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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.

  • Do passion flowers produce fruit every year?

  • Given enough time without a frost, passion flower will produce fruit every year before dying back to the ground for the winter. Each fruit contains up to 250 round, black seeds. You can collect these seeds and use them to start new passion flower plants.

  • Can you make new plants from passion flowers?

  • You can make new plants from your passion flowers from cuttings, layering or seed. Layering is the easiest method of propagating passion flowers and flowering sized plants can be obtained almost immediately. The method enables rooting of the layered stem while it is still connected to the mother plant. This means it is almost always successful.

  • Can you grow passionfruit from seed?

  • If you have a large and fruitful passionfruit, keep a few seeds. Fresh seed is more likely to grow than older seed. The best time to plant seeds is in the spring or early summer, when the weather is warm enough to allow the seeds to grow.