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Some passion flower species can take up to ten years to bloom. Stem cuttings are normally taken during the softwood stage,when they can break off easily when bent.Use a sharp pair of pruners and clip off about 4- to 6-inch (10-15 cm.) cuttings just below the node.

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  • How do you root a passion flower cuttings?

  • How to Root Passion Flower Cuttings. Stem cuttings are normally taken during the softwood stage, when they can break off easily when bent. Use a sharp pair of pruners and clip off about 4- to 6-inch (10-15 cm.) cuttings just below the node. Strip off the bottom-most leaves and tendrils and then dip the ends in rooting hormone.

  • Can You propagate passion vine from cuttings?

  • Passion vine plants live for five to seven years but can be propagated by taking woody stem cuttings in late spring. Cut from your passion vine 3- to 4-inch-long stem sections that include three to four bud nodes. Make each cut just below a leaf with a sharp knife.

  • How long does it take for passion flower to bloom?

  • Some passion flower species can take up to ten years to bloom. Stem cuttings are normally taken during the softwood stage, when they can break off easily when bent. Use a sharp pair of pruners and clip off about 4- to 6-inch (10-15 cm.) cuttings just below the node.

  • How to propagate passion flower Clematis?

  • The passion flower clematis is C. florida sieboldii which is one of the hardest to propogate. Take inter-nodal cuttings (ie the bottom is halfway between leaf joints) and trim the top just above a leaf joint; these should be semi-ripe cuttings taken in late spring or early summer. Use hormone rooting powder but it’s one…