*Frederick Passiflora-Gal Pot/SPRING

*Frederick Passiflora-Gal Pot/SPRING

(Passiflora edulis) Frederick is the premier fruit producing passiflora. If you don't live in USDA Zones 10-11, grow it in a sunny window or greenhouse. It thrives and produces, often the first year, in a pot. The flowers are fragrant and large. The fruit has a purple skin and delicious pulp when ripe. The fruit should never be picked, it must fall from the vine naturally. If it is allowed to wrinkle a bit after collecting, it becomes sweet ambrosia. The plant is very productive in warm areas. This outstanding Patrick Pons-Worley hybrid is vigorous and blooms from late spring until fall. In USDA Zones 10-11, this plant is excellent for a sunny location and makes a good, rapidly growing screen for a fence or outbuilding.

Our price: $19.95

RRP: $24.50 save 19%
Catalog NumberH706
Required Zones 10 - 11
Detailed How-To-Grow Passifloras

(Passiflora edulis) Frederick is the premier fruit producing passiflora. If you don't live in USDA Zones 10-11, grow it in a sunny window or greenhouse. It thrives and produces, often the first year, in a pot. The flowers are fragrant and large. The fruit has a purple skin and delicious pulp when ripe. The fruit should never be picked, it must fall from the vine naturally. If it is allowed to wrinkle a bit after collecting, it becomes sweet ambrosia. The plant is very productive in warm areas. This outstanding Patrick Pons-Worley hybrid is vigorous and blooms from late spring until fall. In USDA Zones 10-11, this plant is excellent for a sunny location and makes a good, rapidly growing screen for a fence or outbuilding.

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LATE PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS: If you live in an area where temperatures are now often above 75 degrees, it is too warm to plant bare root plants. You can call us and reserve for next season. For those of you in cooler areas, our bare root plants area dormant in cold storage and are in great condition to dig in and grow for you.

We advise soaking the roots for 24 hours before planting.
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