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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 do you take care of a passion flower plant?

  • Set the container in a saucer of water and allow the potting mixture to wick water through the drainage hole until the potting mixture is damp clear through, but not soggy. Passion flower (Passiflora caerulea) is a sturdy, fast-growing vine that will happily wind around a fence, trellis or arbor.