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misternatureboy

Gardening is like cooking. To improve, you need to be willing to make mistakes and experiment. Also, common names are garbage. Zone 9b, West Sac, CA.

Passiflora edulis

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misternatureboy

It's been a frickin' easter egg hunt for days. I've been putting them in bags and giving them to my neighbors. 17Aug2021 #passionfruit #gyo

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misternatureboy

My first #passionfruit harvest, plus some tomatoes from last year's plants. 6Aug2021 #gyo

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txgardener

Nice Harvest!

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Dragon_Warrior

Yummy 😋

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misternatureboy

A pair of #passionfruit flowers and a #ladymargaret-passionflower below. 6June2021

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misternatureboy

25May2021 #wildlifewednesday

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emch

#exoskeletal

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misternatureboy

One among a second, much larger wave of #passionfruit blooms, promising a fall harvest of #lilikoi. 3 Oct 2020 (#PassifloraEdulis)

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suzieshadow1227gmailcom

This flower always amazes me!! Beautiful💗

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misternatureboy

I thought I was just gonna get two #passionfruit this year, but we decided to produce flowers again.

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misternatureboy

I was under the impression that it would take 1-2 years--not a few weeks--before this #Frederickpassionfruit would bear fruit. Not complaining. (Note: This is the same fruit that I featured on July 8.) 6Aug2020 #gyo #foodforest

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misternatureboy

You won't have to scroll too far down to see what this #FrederickPassionFruit looked like as a flower. A vigorous self-pollinator, the showy flowers give way to very large fruit that are greenish-purple (sometimes turning red) that, once ripe, have a sweet tangy flavor. This is one of the most reliably cold hardy #passionfruit varieties, surviving well into Zone 9. 8July2020 #lilikoi

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misternatureboy

First flower

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