How do I grow passion vines from cuttings?

Answer Cut a 3- to 4-inch section of stem growth from the passion vine, cutting just below a leaf node. Remove leaves from the lower half of the cutting, as well as any flower buds on the cutting.Dip the ... Read More »

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Types of Passion Flower That Grow on Vines?

Blooms of remarkably intricate structure in a wide range of colors place passion flowers (Passiflora spp.) high on the list of garden ornamentals. Of the nearly 600 passion flower species, only thr... Read More »

How to Transplant Grape Vines From Cuttings?

Creating new grape vines from cuttings is fairly easy. There are two types of cuttings: dormant cuttings are taken in spring, and green cuttings are taken when the plant is in full leaf and fruit a... Read More »

Will goats get sick if they eat morning glory [ Ipomoea sp.] or passion flower vines [Passiflora]?

no problem in the poison department. the morning glory is in the sweet potato family and the passion flower often can put out small eatable fruit.the real problem is the goats. my ex mother-in-la... Read More »

Where Does Passion Flower Grow?

Passion flower (or passionflower), and its many varieties of the genus Passiflora, is a native perennial tendril vine that has sedative qualities when used as an herb. It has showy, usually purple-... Read More »