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Very hardy and attractive perennial vine.
Passion fruit exhales a rich, sensuous fragrance, a tropical; lange of fruit and flowery notes. The egg-sized fruits' musky, tart, juicy pulp can be savored raw or used to make juices, ices and sauces. The vigorous ornamental vine with showy flowers, rapidly grows to 10-20 ft. and will meander along fences and trees. The maypop is one of the hardiest passion flowers and will overwinter, dying back to the ground and popping back to life the following season (hence "May pop").
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First Date: Mar-28 - Last Date: May-16
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Passionflower, Maypops is rated
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Rated 4 out of
Slow to take off!Planted it in late May. It has grown substantially on my arbor and has a few beautiful, fragrant blossoms. Next summer, I believe it will cover the arbor. Not sure about any fruit yet. I am happy with it so far.
Date published: 2017-08-19
Rated 4 out of
Maypop in JulyTwo years ago I bought two passion flower vines; fruiting the first season with the hot summers here in Spokane. It came as a small plant but grew vigorously, and the second year they were popping all along the fence line. Then an extreme winter struck and no maypop in May or June this year, now the first week of July it popped up in the lawn after not having the lawn cut for about two weeks for the clover of my honey bees. Dug it up and transplanted it on both original planted locations. Hope it regains strength can't wait for the beautiful flowers and the fruit early fall is when they taste best. Shop around it pays of. Buy it for the flowers and the little fruit you will get is just a bonus.
Date published: 2017-07-13
Rated 5 out of
My passion flower just bloomedI bought this plant last September. It just bloomed today. It's very beautiful and fragrant. We love it.
Date published: 2017-06-23
Rated 3 out of
TinyI practically had to get a magnifying glass to see it. I swear it could not have been tinier and not have been a seed. I just hope it grows fast. It came in a 2" container.
Date published: 2017-05-12
Rated 1 out of
Ken 1 from
I bought the plant but could not get to grow.The plant came wilted with most of its leaves off. It died within a few day. I was pleased that Burpe replaced the plant but the second plant also died. It also came very wilted but did come back from the root. Unfortunately it did not stand up to the heat here in Abilene.
Date published: 2016-09-15
Rated 5 out of
BeautifulI was in the midst of moving when the plant arrived this spring, and I planted it late in less-than-ideal soil, but its doing great! The flowers are gorgeous and smell wonderful. I'm looking forward to tasting the fruit once it ripens. I'm a little worried about transplanting it out of it's crummy pot since it's already vining, but it seems hearty enough to handle some more moving.
Date published: 2016-07-11
Rated 1 out of
twice ordered; twice dead or near dead plants comeSorry; despite Burpee being good at offering replacements for the first order of three plants; the next reorder came with no dirt in the pots; and dead appearing 10 inch stalk...I carefully worked each and every stalk into high quality soil; and so far, with two weeks of careful watering and moving in and out of sun, no luck; the vine segments appear totally dead...I always thought that the Burpee name was the highest caliber, but not when ordering plants...guess I might even stop using their seeds....I wasted a lot of money trying to get passionflower plants from them.
Date published: 2016-05-29
Rated 5 out of
unreal, wonderful, spectacular plant!Nothing like it ever in my garden! It spread and grew like crazy; it would bloom in streaks of like 8-10 new flowers a day; then they would shrivel up and new ones come. A very nice, fragrant, unusual bluish purple flower! I would pick them off the vine and put in little vases; everyone loved them!