Passiflora talamancensis 5 grains

2,75

Passiflora talamancensis 5 grains

2,75

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Description

Sowing passion flowers is an exciting adventure! A regular supply of fresh seed is important, otherwise germination will take a very long time or will not occur. By cooperating with the National Passiflora Collection, we are assured of a successful and special assortment. Flowering time is usually in summer, from May-November. In the cycle of the plant, a sowing time of February-May is recommended, but with extra care sowing is possible all year round. Soak the seeds first in milk for 1 day, then sow in an airy mixture of 3/4 sifted peat dust and 1/4 washed sand, covering with a hood or foil. Germination temperature 25-30°C, air when the 1st set of leaves has formed. Most species bear fruit through cross-pollination; a few self-pollinators are listed separately. Some species can withstand our winters outside, others should be treated as a container plant.

The pride of Kew Gardens: the finest bright red passion flower. The flower is large (up to 20 cm in diameter) with a narrow petal and a small crown. The leaf looks like a vine leaf. This “subtrope” can come out in summer.

seeding method

In the cycle of the plant, a sowing time of February-May is recommended, but with extra care sowing is possible all year round. First soak the seeds in milk for 1 day, then sow in an airy mixture of 3/4 sifted peat moss or coco peat and 1/4 washed sand, under cover of a cover or foil. Germination temperature 25-30̊C, ventilate as soon as the first set of leaves forms. Fruits from self-pollination and cross-pollination, to be treated as a potted plant for wintering.

Additional information

Weight ,02 kg
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