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  • Can you grow passion flowers from seed?

  • Most varieties of passionflower can be purchased as seedling plants. They can also be propagated from either seed, softwood cuttings, layering, or rhizomes. To save seed, allow the fruits to ripen completely. Open the pods and remove, clean, and dry the seeds before storing them.

  • When to plant Passion Flower cuttings in pots?

  • Softwood cuttings from passion flower vines are best planted in their growing pots in early summer. Morning is the best time to plant the cuttings in their pots because the vines are full of moisture at this time of day.

  • When to plant Passiflora seeds?

  • Once ready transplant seedlings or cuttings into the garden in mid spring, well after the last chance of frost at about 60 to 90 cm apart. As Passiflora are vines that reach a great height they will require a trellis to grow on.

  • How deep do you plant passion fruit seeds?

  • Optionally, Passion fruit seeds can be lightly scarified with sandpaper to provide some permeation on the seed coat. Once pretreated, plant seeds 1/2-1 inch deep in moist, sterile soil. Keep soil temperature consistent at 21 to 29C, with some day/variation in this range.