There just starting

Mulberry, FL

Heres a couple

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Mulberry, FL

And a few more Gail and Temptation x Temptation

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Houston, PA(Zone 6a)

Those are gorgeous! What are the top ones?

Mulberry, FL

The first was bought locally did not have a name the red is minialta bought a few this fall can't wait to see them bloom

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Houston, PA(Zone 6a)

The one on the left looks alot like alatocaerulea. Just got one from ebay. Can't wait to see it bloom!

Mulberry, FL

Ifyou did get that one your going to love it good bloomer so far caterpillars are leaving it alone

Summerville, SC(Zone 8a)

Lovely! I can't wait for mine to start blooming .. they are just barely waking up from winter and starting to climb!

Mulberry, FL

With the mild winter we had Gail bloomed all year long the rest are going usally no less than 6 flowers a day she lives to bloom

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Fleming Island, FL(Zone 9a)

In MD I had gorgeous Clematis - 3 colors all intermingled along the stair railing....................... I've not traded those for the Passion Vines. The flowers are addicting and I'm hoping for a lot of butterflies.

Summerville, SC(Zone 8a)

One of my NOIDs has a bud! getting excited here! The rest are climbing. Here's what I have going this year:

Passiflora X allardii - Let's hope this one finally blooms this year .. have no idea what it looks like.

Passiflora foetida var. gossypifolia Cotton Leaf

Passiflora aurantia

Passiflora Lady Margaret

Passiflora ? - NOID Blue

Passiflora triafciata

Mulberry, FL

ok X heres your Lady Margaret this is one of my favorites shes a real lady small vine doesn't get wild my Mom's name

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Summerville, SC(Zone 8a)

Oh I love the Lady Margaret - those red and white whiskers are stunning . I've been growing her for years and last year was the first time for the Aurantia .. it blew me away! The shape of the flower and color shifts were amazing.

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Mulberry, FL

Very nice I have quite a few I buy the plastic coated shelving there perfect for a trellis nail them to 10 ft 2x4 leave 2 ft overhang of board to bury in the ground it works well foe these Incense is just starting slow this year. The red is going to town had 6 flowers open today. We can leave them in the ground here and protect during the really cold spells. Why does your second pic have 2 different colors flowers? Aurantia I almost bought that one tried all kinds of seeds gave up on seeds on this one.

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Summerville, SC(Zone 8a)

The Aurantia starts out a pale pale peach and darkens with age til it's almost a deep red. They are very hard to start from seed. I've planted hundreds from fruit harvest last season and so far nothing has come up. This plant I grew from seed .. I planted 4 seeds in Fall of 2009 and one finally germinated late Summer of 2010. I managed (barely) to keep it going through the Winter until Spring of 2011 where it then took off like a rocket and bloomed.

You can see the cycle in the picture .. upper left hand corner a bud, then a newly opened flower. It starts darkening about 9 hours after opening until it's spent and you can see a fruit forming in the lower right hand corner.

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Mulberry, FL

Pretty neat you did good keeping thru the winter

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