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Passiflora alnifolia Seeds

Passiflora alnifolia Seeds

Price €3.55 (SKU: V 28 PA)
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<h2><strong>Passiflora alnifolia Seeds</strong></h2> <h2><span style="color: #ff0808;"><strong>Price for Package of 5 seeds.</strong></span></h2> <p>A slender, tendriled climbing plant with bifid leaves and white, purple, and lavender sweetly-perfumed flowers are followed by small delicious fruits on this slender, tendriled climbing plant which has unlobed. Passiflora alnifolia is native to montane rainforests and cloud forests of the Andes mainly in Colombia and Ecuador between 1700 to 3200 m.</p> <p>This plant will provide nectar and pollen for bees, butterflies, and many other types of pollinating insects.</p>
V 28 PA (5 S)
Passiflora alnifolia Seeds

Plant resistant to cold and frost
Passiflora biflora Seeds

Passiflora biflora Seeds

Price €4.55 (SKU: V 15)
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<h2><strong>Passiflora biflora Seeds</strong></h2> <h2><span style="color: #ff0808;"><strong>Price for Package of 5 seeds.</strong></span></h2> <p>Passiflora biflora is a two-flowered species from the Pasifloraceae family. Passionflower is exotic. It is known for its white flowers that appear in pairs.</p> <p>Passiflora biflora is a fast-growing creeper with semi-shell leaves. In one season it can grow over a meter. Its resistance is not completely known, but it is probably resistant to frost. Some sources claim that it can withstand low temperatures down to -10 ° C. Passiflora biflora grows in partial shade. In one season it can grow several meters.</p> <p>Propagated by seeds. The seeds need to germinate for a few weeks. The seeds should be planted in warm soil and soaked in warm water for 24-48 hours before planting. Gibberellic acid treatment helps well.</p> <p>It can also be propagated by cuttings. It is grown as an ornamental plant because of its beautiful white flowers and delicious fruits.</p> <p>The homeland of this plant is New World from Mexico to Colombia and Venezuela. It grows wild in parts of South Florida.</p>
V 15
Passiflora biflora Seeds

Plant resistant to cold and frost
Passiflora bogotensis Seeds

Passiflora bogotensis Seeds

Price €5.55 (SKU: V 247)
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<h2><strong>Passiflora bogotensis Seeds</strong></h2> <h2><span style="color: #ff0808;"><strong>Price for Package of 5 seeds.</strong></span></h2> <p>The specific name is due to the town where, in 1843, Karl Th. Hartweg collected the type specimen: "between Bogotá and Zipaquirá".<br />Passiflora bogotensis is a climbing plant native to Colombia, in the genus Passiflora. It can also be found in Venezuela.</p> <p>It is a climbing plant, which usually forms dense crawling masses, covered with more or less dense and often ferruginous hair. The stem is robust, angulated, and tomentose, with thick cirrus, pubescent, and very long.</p> <p>The leaves have septate stipules, 4 to 5 mm long, deciduous; petiole 0.6 to 1.5 cm long, thin, tomentose, devoid of glands, the blade of general profile very variable even in the same specimen, oblong, occasionally oval or triangular-ovate; from 4 to 15 cm long and 3 to 10 cm wide, briefly 2-lobate, with the truncated interlobular sinus, sometimes with a third lobule in the center, and even in some specimens the apex is only subplane and wavy, (the lobes are short, up to 1.5 cm long, obtuse or sub-rounded, mucronulated), rounded or sunburned at the base, whole or slightly wavy at the edges; 3-palmatinervia with very protruding nerves on the underside, pubescent or almost glabrous and lustrous on the upper surface, densely hirsute-tomentosed on the underside; It is subcoriaceous. Lonely or more commonly bined peduncles, up to 4 cm long, hairy; with three bracts, from 3 to 10 mm long, violet, placed near the apex of the peduncle or something scattered on it.</p> <p>The flowers are up to 4 cm diameter: short receptacle, purple outside; sepals oblong-lanceolate, from 1 to 1.5 cm long and about 5 mm wide at the base, obtuse at the apex, more or less hairy and green-purplish externally, white inside; petals oblong, 6 to 9 millimeters long, obtuse, white; crown distributed in two series: the outer one with filaments of 4 to 5 mm long, narrowly linguiform, subangulated, widened at the apex in the form of a flattened button, greenish-yellowish with soft transverse purple; the interior with filiform filaments, 2 to 3 millimeters long, of pale green color; follicle operculum, greenish, with the margin divided into small teeth; delete ring; globose ovary, densely covered with long white hairs; very elongated styles.</p> <p>Globose fruit, from 1 to 1.5 cm in diameter, purple-blackish at maturity, ovate or cuneate-obovate seeds, about 3 mm long, crossed transversally.</p> <p>Distribution<br />P. bogotensis is native to the Eastern mountain range of Colombia, at altitudes of 2,000 to 3,000 meters above sea level. It has also been found sometimes in the Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta. It blooms all year.</p>
V 247
Passiflora bogotensis Seeds
Cupped passionflower Seeds...

Cupped passionflower Seeds...

Price €4.25 (SKU: V 104)
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<h2><strong>Cupped passionflower Seeds (Passiflora bryonioides)</strong></h2> <h2><span style="color: #ff0808;"><strong>Price for Package of 5 seeds.</strong></span></h2> <p>Passiflora bryonioides, the cupped passionflower, is a plant in the genus Passiflora, family Passifloraceae. It is native to northern Mexico (Sonora, Chihuahua, Sinaloa, and Guanajuato) and the southwestern United States (Arizona), where it grows in shrublands, along rivers and streams, at elevations between 1000 and 1300 m.</p> <p>It has lobed leaves, and white to purplish striped flowers, followed by oval-shaped, striped green delicious fruits. A beautiful ornamental passionflower for dry warm temperate climates.</p>
V 104 (5 S)
Cupped passionflower Seeds (Passiflora bryonioides)
Passiflora cincinnata Seeds

Passiflora cincinnata Seeds

Price €4.55 (SKU: V 100 PC)
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<h2><strong>Passiflora cincinnata Seeds</strong></h2> <h2><span style="color: #ff0808;"><strong>Price for Package of 5 seeds.</strong></span></h2> <p>Passiflora cincinnata is a native wild fruit, occurring spontaneously, mainly in areas called "pasture bottom" - areas of collective use by farmers. It is a perennial plant that is resistant to drought, surviving in conditions of absolute drought. Even when ripe, its skin is green and its pulp white, which can confuse unsuspecting consumers. The fruit has a high nutritional value, with a calming and relaxing effect. The fruit is extremely tasty and fragrant, with a long, sweeter, denser and more acidic flavor than that of yellow passion fruit (P. edulis). The fruit contains potassium, iron, phosphorus, calcium, and vitamins A, C, and the B complex. It can be eaten fresh or made into jellies, jams, and pulp.</p> <p>The Maracujá do Mato is resistant to drought and also to a series of pests that affect the passion fruit. The plant is also popularly known as passion fruit-backpack, passion fruit-shark, but its scientific name is Passiflora cincinnata. This species belongs to the Passifloraceae family and has a wide distribution throughout South America and throughout the Brazilian territory, being recorded even in western Bolivia.</p>
V 100 PC (5 S)
Passiflora cincinnata Seeds
Passiflora herbertiana Seeds

Passiflora herbertiana Seeds

Price €3.50 (SKU: V 143)
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<h2><strong>Passiflora herbertiana Seeds</strong></h2> <h2><span style="color: #ff0808;"><strong>Price for Package of 5 seeds.</strong></span></h2> <p>It is also called "native passion fruit" by Australians. Unlike the known passionfruit species, it originates from Australia and grows in moist forested areas of Australia. It has leaves with 3 lobes. It is one of the passionflower species with 6 cm diameter, light yellow to orangeish flowers. It has edible, green small tasty fruits up to 5 cm long.</p> <p>The fruit is used raw for eating, as well as for preparing juices, jams ...</p> <p>This plant is the food of the larvae of the Acraea andromacha butterfly.</p>
V 143 (5 S)
Passiflora herbertiana Seeds
Red Passionflower Seeds...

Red Passionflower Seeds...

Price €3.75 (SKU: V 248)
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<h2><strong>Red Passionflower Seeds (Passiflora manicata)</strong></h2> <h2><span style="color: #ff0808;"><strong>Price for Package of 5 seeds.</strong></span></h2> <p>A climbing vine with trilobed, finely serrated leaves and stunning, large, red flowers, followed by edible, green fruits. Passiflora manicata is native to dryish montane forests between 1700 and 3000 m elevation in the inter-Andean valleys of Colombia and Ecuador.</p> <p>The fruit is 5-6 cm long. Quite a sharp aromatic smell when opened, the grey pulp is reminiscent of P. ligularis fruit. It has a citrus-like taste, quite pleasant, certainly edible, mainly used for juice preparation, jam...</p>
V 248 (5 S)
Red Passionflower Seeds (Passiflora manicata)
Passiflora princeps Seeds

Passiflora princeps Seeds

Price €4.85 (SKU: V 249)
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<h2><strong>Passiflora princeps Seeds</strong></h2> <h2><span style="color: #ff0808;"><strong>Price for Package of 5 seeds.</strong></span></h2> <p>The red passionflower is a beautiful evergreen climber with hanging clusters of showy red flowers.</p> <p>Passiflora princeps is native to Brazil and has long been a favorite plant for growing in warm conservatories in temperate climates. Both the name Passiflora princeps and P. racemosa were published for this plant in 1818 and although the name P. racemosa is more commonly used.</p> <p>Passiflora racemosa is native to the State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.</p> <p>This vine has slender stems that climb to 10 m or more, but they only reach about 5 m when grown under glass.</p> <p>The evergreen leaves are ovate, glossy, with a wavy edge, and measure about 9 cm long and wide.</p> <p>The bright red flowers appear throughout much of the summer and autumn (in cultivation) and are usually borne in pairs in pendulous clusters (racemes) that reach 30 cm or more in length at the end of leafless stems, except for small, brown heart-shaped bracts, which soon fall. Individual flowers have bright red sepals (about 4 cm long and 1 cm wide), and the petals are similar but smaller. The corona filaments are in three ranks, the outer one purple with white tips, the inner ones shorter and green.</p> <p>The green, narrowly ovoid fruits are about 7 cm long and 3 cm wide.</p> <p>A rather stylized red passion flower is shown with a carnation in a 16th-century painting of the Madonna and Child by Joos van Cleve, but the passion flower must have been added at a later date.</p> <p>Passiflora racemosa is cultivated throughout the tropics as an ornamental. It is also grown under glass in temperate climates and outdoors occasionally on patios or against a sunny wall in sheltered gardens. It has received an Award of Garden Merit from the Royal Horticultural Society. Many hybrids and cultivars have been produced.</p> <p>Red passion flower is growing in the Princess of Wales Conservatory in the rainforest section.</p>
V 249 (5 S)
Passiflora princeps Seeds
Passiflora serratifolia Seeds

Passiflora serratifolia Seeds

Price €8.00 (SKU: V 250)
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<h2><strong>Passiflora serratifolia Seeds</strong></h2> <h2><span style="color: #ff0808;"><strong>Price for Package of 5 seeds.</strong></span></h2> <p>Passiflora serratifolia is a vigorous climbing perennial plant, attaching itself to the surrounding vegetation by means of tendrils. The plant is harvested from the wild for local use as food. It is sometimes grown as ornamental.</p> <p>Passiflora species generally grow best in a sheltered, sunny position or in dappled shade. Most species are found in the wild in moist but well-drained soils, generally of a lighter texture, and will often flower and fruit more heavily if the soil fertility is low. They often develop deep roots and can be moderately tolerant of dry spells. Most Passiflora species prefer neutral to slightly alkaline soil, growing best where the pH is around 6. 5 - 7.5.</p> <p>The pulp surrounding the seeds is eaten. The green to yellow, ovoid or subglobose fruits are 50 - 90mm long and 35 - 50mm in diameter.</p> <p>The leaves and roots of some, if not all, members of this genus contain a substance called 'passiflorina' which has similarities to morphine and is an effective tranquilizer. We have no specific information for this species but many species are used in herbal infusions to calm the nerves and help bring about restful sleep.<br />The leaves of many species are also considered to be anthelmintic, antihysteric, and diaphoretic. They are used in Brazil to combat intermittent fevers, cutaneous inflammations, and erysipelas.</p> <p>Propagation<br />break down the seed coat and speed up germination. Stored seed should be soaked for 24 hours in warm water and germination time can be reduced if the seed is then mixed with the juice of fresh passion fruit (of any species). Even so, it can take 12 months for the stored seeds to germinate. Place the seed tray in a shady position, maintaining a temperature around 19 - 24°c. Prick the seedlings out into individual containers as soon as they are large enough to handle and plant out when large enough.</p>
V 250 (5 S)
Passiflora serratifolia Seeds
Passiflora serrulata Seeds

Passiflora serrulata Seeds

Price €4.25 (SKU: V 251)
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<h2><strong>Passiflora serrulata Seeds</strong></h2> <h2><span style="color: #ff0808;"><strong>Price for Package of 5 seeds.</strong></span></h2> <p>Its edible tasty, flavourful fruits, with a diameter of about 5 cm, call to mind those of Passiflora maliformis. The flowers are similar in colour and shape both to those of Passiflora maliformis and those of Passiflora platyloba. They all belong to the same super section Laurifolia of the subgenus Passiflora.</p> <p>Passiflora serrulata, which is native to Colombia and Venezuela, have whole lanceolate leaves, smaller and lighter (12 x 7 cm) than those of other similar species; it is also more delicate in appearance.</p> <p>The singularly interesting pendulous flowers open from three large light green triangular bracts which, once the plant is blooming, remain above the flower itself. They are pushed back by the retroflexion of the petals and sepals that flatten against them. The dotting on the aculeated sepals and petals is mauve-red against a green or white-green background and often flows into longitudinal, occasionally crooked lines. The corona, formed by 6 series of filaments with alternating red, white and mauve bands, and curled at the apex, opens like a cup. The first series of filaments differs from the others by turning towards the corolla. The flower is thus flamboyant in colour and wavy in shape.</p> <p>The minimum tolerated winter temperature is around 4°C, although it can bear short drops to lower temperatures. It could acclimatise in milder areas in a protected position and with suitable moveable winter covers.</p>
V 251 (5 S)
Passiflora serrulata Seeds
White Passionflower Seeds...

White Passionflower Seeds...

Price €3.45 (SKU: V 252)
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<h2><strong>White Passionflower Seeds (Passiflora subpeltata)</strong></h2> <h2><span style="color: #ff0808;"><strong>Price for Package of 5 seeds.</strong></span></h2> <p>Passiflora subpeltata, commonly known as white passionflower, is a passion flower bearing yellow-green fruit (about 4 cm long).</p> <p>Climbing plant with three-lobed leaves and slightly aromatic flowers. The edible fruit is yellowish-green, tasty, and flavourfu. It is cultivated as an ornamental plant.</p> <p>It is a vining plant with three-lobed leaves and 2-3 ornate flowers. It is grown as an ornamental plant.</p> <p>Native to Mexico, Central America (i.e. Guatemala and Panama), and tropical South America (i.e. Venezuela and Colombia).</p> <p>This species reproduces by seed, which is commonly spread by birds and other animals that eat the fruit.</p> <p>White passionflower (Passiflora subpeltata) is regarded as an environmental weed in Queensland and New South Wales and was recently listed as a priority environmental weed in at least one Natural Resource Management region.</p>
V 252 (5 S)
White Passionflower Seeds (Passiflora subpeltata)
Batwing Passion Flower...

Batwing Passion Flower...

Price €3.00 (SKU: V 253)
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<h2><strong>Batwing Passion Flower Seeds (Passiflora sexflora)</strong></h2> <h2><span style="color: #ff0808;"><strong>Price for Package of 5 seeds.</strong></span></h2> <p>This is Passiflora sexflora, also known as Goatsfoot, Passionflower, and Passion vine. This plant was named sexflora because it tends to produce clusters of six flowers.</p> <p>This vine can live in sun all the way down to full shade. Keep in mind that the more sun it gets the more flowers you will have.</p> <p>Passiflora sexflora is widely distributed in forests from Florida and the Caribbean to Central and northern South America from low elevations to 2700 m.</p> <p>A moderate vine with curious, bat-shaped leaves and small, greenish-white and purplish flowers in small clusters, followed by small, bluish tasty fruits...</p> <p>USDA Hardiness Zones 10b to 11.</p>
V 253 (5 S)
Batwing Passion Flower Seeds (Passiflora sexflora)
Passiflora tarminiana Seeds...

Passiflora tarminiana Seeds...

Price €4.45 (SKU: V 254)
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<h2><strong>Passiflora tarminiana Seeds (banana passionfruit)</strong></h2> <h2><span style="color: #ff0808;"><strong>Price for Package of 5 seeds.</strong></span></h2> <p>Passiflora tarminiana is cultivated for its edible delicious fruit. The fruit is yellow-orange when ripe and contains a sweet edible orange-colored pulp with black seeds.</p> <p>Fruits taper at both ends, are 10–14 cm long by 3.5–4.5 cm wide, and ripen to yellow or light orange. The fruit contains many seeds which are embedded in an edible, orange aril.</p> <p>It is the second most common species in cultivation in South America after P. tripartita var. mollissima and is considered more disease resistant than that species. The fruit is also eaten in New Zealand</p> <p>Passiflora tarminiana (or banana passionfruit) is a species of passionfruit. The yellow fruits are edible and their resemblance to small, straight bananas has given it the name banana passionfruit in some countries. It is native to the uplands of tropical South America and is now cultivated in many countries. In Hawaii and New Zealand, it is now considered an invasive species. It was given the name banana passionfruit in New Zealand, where passionfruit is also prevalent. In Hawaii, it is called banana poka. In its Latin American homeland, it is known as curuba, curuba de Castilla, or curuba sabanera blanca (Colombia); taxo, tacso, tagso, tauso (Ecuador); parcha, taxo (Venezuela), tumbo or curuba (Bolivia); tacso, tumbo, tumbo del norte, trompos, tintin or purpur (Peru).</p> <p>Passiflora tarminiana is a high climbing vine with hairy stems and petioles. Where the petioles join the stem it has stipules that are 4–7 by 2–3 mm and are soon deciduous. The leaves are three-lobed and hairy below but usually hairless above. The flowers are solitary and hang downwards. The base of the flower has pale green bracts enclosing a swollen nectary chamber. The floral tube (hypanthium) is 6–8 × 0.7–1 cm and pale green, while the sepals and petals are 3–6 cm long, pink and perpendicular to the floral tube, or reflexed.</p>
V 254 (5 S)
Passiflora tarminiana Seeds (banana passionfruit)

Plant resistant to cold and frost
Passiflora tripartita Seeds

Passiflora tripartita Seeds

Price €4.20 (SKU: V 74 PT)
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<h2><strong>Passiflora tripartita Seeds</strong></h2> <h2><span style="color: #ff0808;"><strong>Price for Package of 5 seeds.</strong></span></h2> <p>Passiflora tripartita also called curuba, tumbo, curuba de Castilla and tumbo serrano is a species of Passiflora from Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, Colombia, and Brazil in areas at elevations of 2000 – 3200 meters.</p> <p>Vine with round, fluted, hairy stems up to 6 m long. With angled branches and trilobed leaves, serrated, dark green, with yellow hairs on the upper side. Pink flower with a tube 4 to 10 cm long and a bell-shaped cup.</p> <p>Oblong fruits with soft pericarp, yellow when ripe, 6 to 15 cm long by 3.5 to 5 cm in diameter, and weighing between 100 and 180 g. Multiple domed seeds with orange aril, succulent and edible, are used to make juices and ice creams.</p> <p>The banana passionfruit is native to the Andean valleys from Venezuela to Bolivia. It was domesticated and cultivated since pre-Columbian times by various cultures of western South America. Today, it is commonly cultivated and its fruit is regularly sold in local markets.</p> <p>The vine is grown in California as an ornamental under the name "soft leaf passionflower". It is grown to some extent in Hawaii, Madeira, and the State of Tamil Nadu, India. The fruit is yellow-orange when ripe and contains a sweet edible orange-colored pulp with black seeds.</p> <p>P. tripartita var. mollissima and P. tarminiana were until recently considered to be one species, P. mollissima.</p> <p>Synonyms<br />Passiflora psilantha (Sodiro) Killip<br />Passiflora tripartita var. tripartite<br />Tacsonia psilantha Sodiro<br />Tacsonia tripartita Juss.</p>
V 74 PT
Passiflora tripartita Seeds