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solly1961

Avid beginner gardener, recently landscaped garden (March 2020) with exciting new plants to nurture and watch grow

Passiflora caerulea

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solly1961

Taken yesterday during a break in weather. So pleased with this amazing flower and the way its come on since planting in March. 5 beautiful blooms on this junior plant 😊 with many more buds to open. It seems to love its sheltered, hot spot. Happy Days.

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lilybee

I'm always amazed by these, so many different parts to the flower 😍

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solly1961

I agree sue, its the layer upon layer of intricate flower work that are so unique, making this exotic flower a show stopper. Every photo I 👀 amazes me too 😍 @lilybee

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pelly

It's beautiful Mark 💙💙💙

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sabbanrula

Gorgeous 😍 I love the details in these flowers 💜

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angiecrazycatlady

That's gorgeous Mark, my friends is covered in edible fruits after its flowered😁

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solly1961

Thanks Angie, I have read they are edible although under-ripe yellow ones, may cause stomach upsets but wow, yeah these beauties do offer so much as a plant. Maybe worth a chomp just to try 😋 @angiecrazycatlady

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solly1961

Thank you Jane, Rula. Was determined to get a shot yesterday of the 5 flowers. They only seem to last a day or so and today's torrential downpours would have scuppered that idea. @pelly @sabbanrula 💙💙

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italydiva

Superb and doing so well as it was only planted in March. You did well to capture their beauty before the rain set in. Torrential here. All planting activity now on hold ☔️ ☔️

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novicegardenlover

Splendid flowers.

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kez001uk

Beautiful display! And knocks our theory well and truly on the head 😂

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solly1961

Thank you Angela, Susan, Kerry. Weather certainly has put everything on hold for now but passion flower blooms are holding up well @italydiva @novicegardenlover @kez001uk

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solly1961

Good Morning ☁️ All. For the brief 🌤 that did appear earlier I was greeted by this little ray of #sunshineflower

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sabbanrula

Beautiful 💙💚💛

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wagsmomthompsonbtinternetcom

So complex....and beautiful...

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flof1952

Good morning Mark. They have such amazing beauty and structure ....no buds on mine as yet 👋😃💜

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sherrisgarden

#perfection 😍

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solly1961

Thankyou, They take an age to arrive, look absolutely stunning then fade away so quickly. I've never grown one before so any tips to keep in tip top condition let me know please. @sabbanrula @wagsmomthompsonbtinternetcom @flof1952 @sherrisgarden

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solly1961

They do Pauline, I have about 50+ buds and 2 have opened in the last 48hrs, so beautiful. @flof1952

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sabbanrula

Unfortunately, I don’t have any a good advice for you. I have one but I think I was just lucky mine loved its spot in my garden 😅

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sabbanrula

BTW were you intoxicated by the jasmine? 😄 Did the buds open or are they making you wait a bit longer?

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gjones

Beautiful!

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lovemygarden65

Fantastic detail 💜

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jeatacake

Nice. I think mine's waiting for more settled weather before any more buds open!

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