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Friday > Passion fruit

Friday > Passion fruit

22 May, '090 Comments

Passion fruit, originally uploaded by malyousif. This passiflora really enjoys its new position, it’s mother plant died unfortunately, but from a little sapling, this thing is covering most of the wall. It’s the first time that it actually produces this much fruit. Not sure if I’ll eat them (some passion fruit are poisonous – I […]

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She’s dead.

She’s dead.

23 Aug, '080 Comments

My first and once flourishing Passiflora Caerulea has died. I just pulled it out of its erstwhile abode this morning and disposed of it. It’s roots were rotten, but that could be because it was dead in the ground for more than a week but I left it were it was hoping that it will […]

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What gives?

What gives?

22 Nov, '070 Comments

Frances got me this Passiflora from her last trip to the UK which is labelled “Caerulea Constance Eliott” which is a completely white cultivar … one that I was so looking forward to – but after months of it being in the ground, I am surprised today to see that a “regular” Passiflora had bloomed! […]

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The Passion Flower’s bloomed

The Passion Flower’s bloomed

28 Oct, '070 Comments

Passion Flower, originally uploaded by malyousif. This is the very first Passion Flower to bloom this season. It’s done that just today. This particular plant is on an arbour anchored in two 50cm pots planted in there a mere couple of months ago. Both pots have the home-grown passiflora taken from the mother plant which […]

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