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AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

August 2, 2006
9:22 PM

Post #2579779

Thought it would be fun to post our passions - flowers that is.
P.Constance Elliott - so crisp and clean - cept for that bug on the petal.

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TessC
New Orleans, LA
(Zone 8b)

August 3, 2006
4:17 AM

Post #2581353

here's one I just happened to have a pic of...and one or my favs- Lady Margaret.

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zostropz
San Diego, CA

August 3, 2006
4:31 AM

Post #2581408

ok, here is my first hybrid, Passiflora 'Lady Camille' It is not yet registered.
Mark

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IMCANADIAN
Moose Jaw, SK
(Zone 3a)

August 3, 2006
5:02 AM

Post #2581524



Passiflora x belotii

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ErickMN
St. Paul, MN
(Zone 4b)

August 3, 2006
5:07 AM

Post #2581533

My P. incarnata pic...

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AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

August 3, 2006
3:35 PM

Post #2582522

Ooo Tess, I think Lady M is my very favorite!

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AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

August 3, 2006
3:37 PM

Post #2582530

or Purple Haze... (?supposed to be the blue est...)

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TessC
New Orleans, LA
(Zone 8b)

August 3, 2006
3:47 PM

Post #2582548

Well, AuntB, I'm waiting for Ruby Glow & Crimson Tears to bloom...I think it's just possible that one or the other might know the Lady M down a notch or two...lol...
picabo
Nashville, TN
(Zone 6b)

August 3, 2006
3:51 PM

Post #2582564

I don't remember her name, I'll look it up.
It is in a small hanging basket but is growing way up into the tree where it hangs. Soon all of the pretty little flowers will be to high to see with out a ladder. LOL

Thank you Aunt B for the ID... It is P. Sanguineaolenta
Betty

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AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

August 3, 2006
4:18 PM

Post #2582652

Aw, Betty...what a cute baby girl! Where'd you get it? Tess, I bought Ruby Glow last year and it didn't make it wintering over... :(
AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

August 3, 2006
4:22 PM

Post #2582664

Found it. It is P. Sanguineaolenta - described as "charming". I agree!
TessC
New Orleans, LA
(Zone 8b)

August 3, 2006
4:27 PM

Post #2582685

grrrr... if it dies over the winter having never produced a bloom, I'll be ticked off. It's not growing as quickly as some of the others, but I'm keeping a watchful eye out. How did yours do before the big freeze? We usually do pretty well- I kind of think we've got a zone 9 microclimate in my area.
AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

August 3, 2006
4:42 PM

Post #2582735

Sadly, I never saw a bloom... It should do fine for you down there. I have to put them in the basement and hope for the best... however, I do keep Lady M upstairs in the dining room.
AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

August 3, 2006
4:56 PM

Post #2582776

Another fatality: just started to flourish with blooms and it was time to bring em' in...pic kinda blurry, should have focused the camera more - P.Sunburst - spotted foliage

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Desertdenial5
Tolleson, AZ
(Zone 9a)

August 3, 2006
5:21 PM

Post #2582866

All are georgeous!! Not sure the name of mine. All teh tags seemed to have disappeared.

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indiana_lily
Jeffersonville, IN
(Zone 6b)

August 4, 2006
1:42 AM

Post #2584589

Sold!! That's it!! Next year, I must get a bright red or blue or purple... they are all so beautiful!!
picabo
Nashville, TN
(Zone 6b)

August 4, 2006
2:22 AM

Post #2584769

You are good AuntB. The little pink is P. Sanguineaolenta I hadn't had a chance to pull out the tag. No fruit yet but if it makes seeds I'll be glad to share.

I got it at a nursery in Jackson TN called Randolphs. A must see for any one in driving distance. http://www.randolphsgreenhouses.com/index.html

This is my Red Passie. Not a very good picture and I don't know the name of it either. It is just now setting buds. I will post some better pics later.

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AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

August 4, 2006
2:02 PM

Post #2585856

Oh picabo! Seed would be great! I'll check out Randolphs online today, just to look! I had a red one Piresii, I think maybe that' what yours is..? Do post more.. here's ?Piresii? From Logees.

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TexasGardenMom
Dublin, TX
(Zone 8a)

August 4, 2006
2:49 PM

Post #2586062

Here is my passion vine incarnata picture. I love the reds...they are to die for!
Belinda :-)

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Desertdenial5
Tolleson, AZ
(Zone 9a)

August 4, 2006
2:59 PM

Post #2586111

Here is my Passiflora foetida another native

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donlaclair
New Port Richey, FL
(Zone 9b)

August 4, 2006
3:12 PM

Post #2586167

Tess C & Aunt B,Does the Lady Margaret have a kinda fuzzy leaf.I think I had a Lady Margaret and it just died I think to nemontophies(sp).It was especilly loved by the Gulf Frit butterflies to lay eggs on.I've never been able to find the name of it.The tag from HD just said passiflora vine.That was the first and only one I've ever seen there since.

Don
AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

August 4, 2006
3:36 PM

Post #2586235

Don, I cannot tell by the picks I have here... From memory I wouldn't call them fuzzy,.. not smooth and shiny either. I'll look tonight.. I think the Lady has become popular in the last few years.. she is a show stopper.
TessC
New Orleans, LA
(Zone 8b)

August 4, 2006
3:41 PM

Post #2586248

No, I don't think they are shiny...I'll have to double check later, tho. I think AuntB's right, and they're just a flat green.
donlaclair
New Port Richey, FL
(Zone 9b)

August 4, 2006
3:50 PM

Post #2586278

can you think of any that have a fuzzy like leaf.
Don
Desertdenial5
Tolleson, AZ
(Zone 9a)

August 4, 2006
4:04 PM

Post #2586322

Fuzzy like the ones in my picture?
donlaclair
New Port Richey, FL
(Zone 9b)

August 4, 2006
8:33 PM

Post #2587161

yes
PiggyPoo
Tucson, AZ
(Zone 9a)

August 5, 2006
2:16 AM

Post #2588027

This is my Passion flower, but...I don't know which one it is. I got the vine a bit over a year ago, but I don't recall what it was. Anyone know, so I'll know? LOL

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AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

August 5, 2006
3:14 PM

Post #2589271

I'm going to guess Purple Haze...
conifers
Rock Island, IL
(Zone 5b)

August 6, 2006
5:53 PM

Post #2592871

That 'Foetida' and username:AuntB - 'Purple Haze' - and that "red one" lol, sure are nice!

My passiflora incarnata came back super strong this year (It didn't show up until June) but check this monster out (plus I learned it sends suckers up everywhere which can be rooted (overwintered indoors), and traded or sold! What a deal... lol

Grown from seed winter 2004-2005:

Dax

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conifers
Rock Island, IL
(Zone 5b)

August 6, 2006
5:54 PM

Post #2592872

And a close up (Passy incarnata - seed grown)

Dax

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conifers
Rock Island, IL
(Zone 5b)

August 6, 2006
6:00 PM

Post #2592886

Nice hybrid 'Lady Camille' too - that's tight man. What's the parenting?
Thanks -

Same with 'Lady Margaret' - real nice too.

I've also been rooting passiflora's with about 25% success as softwood cuttings - here's some info (raw cuttings not suckers):
http://davesgarden.com/forums/t/636056/

Dax
PiggyPoo
Tucson, AZ
(Zone 9a)

August 6, 2006
6:23 PM

Post #2592935

Thanks AuntB!
IMCANADIAN
Moose Jaw, SK
(Zone 3a)

August 6, 2006
8:46 PM

Post #2593278

Dax, I love your P. incarnata x. I would guess it had a little pollen from someone else. I think its mama looks like this. What do you think? Joelle

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TessC
New Orleans, LA
(Zone 8b)

August 6, 2006
11:27 PM

Post #2593730

Got my first Inspiration bloom today...

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AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

August 7, 2006
2:12 PM

Post #2595684

Oh how pretty. I love them ALL! Don, Lady M is not fuzzy like Marieortiz's foetida.. I do like that one, too. I'm still waiting for 2 to bloom. Lavendar Lady(I call it Cousin It, from the Addam's Family) showed me one bloom a couple weeks ago. It is stretching out 10-15 feet from the plant on my deck lattice... soon I hope it is covered with blooms. The other stubborn one is on my arbor, vines going everywhere but no blooms... (so hard to be patient). Keep em' coming, guys!
Desertdenial5
Tolleson, AZ
(Zone 9a)

August 7, 2006
2:51 PM

Post #2595852

PIggypoo I love that purple. Another one that I need!!!
PiggyPoo
Tucson, AZ
(Zone 9a)

August 7, 2006
3:02 PM

Post #2595888

I'd share if i knew how, marieortiz :(

you have dmail
Desertdenial5
Tolleson, AZ
(Zone 9a)

August 7, 2006
4:21 PM

Post #2596122

Yeah I have no clue on how to share passiflora either. :o(
TessC
New Orleans, LA
(Zone 8b)

August 7, 2006
4:27 PM

Post #2596143

Ditto...although I have a passiflora book on order, due in by early next week- I'll be sure to share the info once I get it.
PiggyPoo
Tucson, AZ
(Zone 9a)

August 7, 2006
4:32 PM

Post #2596159

Sounds good, TessC. LOL Hope I have some vine left by next week
pegdog
Winchester, VA
(Zone 6a)

August 7, 2006
4:58 PM

Post #2596257

wow, everyone's look fantastic. I bought another this year and no blooms yet. :( Am I too north? Any suggestions for wintering in z.6a?
AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

August 7, 2006
6:13 PM

Post #2596510

I think it depends, which one do you have? I'm in 5b and I cut mine back a bit and keep in the basement, gets some light and I water sparingly.
Tanya3
Visalia, CA
(Zone 7a)

August 8, 2006
9:13 PM

Post #2600639

I haven't seen a sapphire on here yet, so I'll share mine. This one was at the nearby Grocery Outlet - how funny, huh! Also, I'm from Jackson, TN, and have been to Randolph's so many times. They always have something new and unique!

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ErickMN
St. Paul, MN
(Zone 4b)

August 9, 2006
1:27 AM

Post #2601384

Hello All.

I thought I would share my P. subpeltata. I started it from seed five years ago and it finally bloomed for the first time ever today! The flowers are 2.5" (6.5 cm) at their widest point and have no fragrance that I can detect.

Erick

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TessC
New Orleans, LA
(Zone 8b)

August 9, 2006
3:47 AM

Post #2601968

Congrats, Erick!

We all know the pain of anticipation- and you're a better person than I to wait 5 years for it, but it's sure a beauty.
Desertdenial5
Tolleson, AZ
(Zone 9a)

August 9, 2006
2:30 PM

Post #2603001

Congratulations!! You truly are awesome to have waited that long. I might have gotten upset and replaced it by one year.
TessC
New Orleans, LA
(Zone 8b)

August 9, 2006
3:27 PM

Post #2603218

lol...you and me both, Marie! I guess we should take this as a lesson in patience over immediate gratification, but...
AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

August 9, 2006
3:31 PM

Post #2603241

Goodness gracious what a patient man. Erick, you're an inspiration! Congratulations! It's precious!
Desertdenial5
Tolleson, AZ
(Zone 9a)

August 9, 2006
3:35 PM

Post #2603255

I am definetly an instant gratification kind of gal!!! I have one passion vine that has been up about 9 months and no blooms yet. I am already thinking about what I can replace it with. :o) Erick definetly inspires...
ErickMN
St. Paul, MN
(Zone 4b)

August 9, 2006
4:46 PM

Post #2603563

Thank you all very much for the kind comments. Know that they are sincerely appreciated. After all these years, I was determined to see at least one flower, so this year I re-potted it, placed it in the garden and have been pampering it some. It responded with flowers! It has about twenty more buds that I can see.

Thank you again,

Erick
carrjohn
Kellyville, OK
(Zone 7a)

August 10, 2006
5:12 PM

Post #2607551

Amazingly this incarnata survived a transplant from the woods to my well house in the middle of summer. It has had several blooms since and you can see all the buds yet to open. John

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Desertdenial5
Tolleson, AZ
(Zone 9a)

August 10, 2006
5:35 PM

Post #2607635

From the woods? I really live in the wrong state.
carrjohn
Kellyville, OK
(Zone 7a)

August 10, 2006
5:41 PM

Post #2607649

Yes, after realizing what this vine was, I have been mowing them down everytime I mow, right here in my front yard. Then after reading what the flower stands for I just cannot make myself mow them over. Now they are just spreading all over my yard. I have since found them growing up to 20 ft tall at my pond dam. John
TessC
New Orleans, LA
(Zone 8b)

August 10, 2006
6:39 PM

Post #2607786

lol...yeah, John, they're very good at spreading the gospel...;)
phicks
Lakeland, FL
(Zone 9b)

August 10, 2006
6:41 PM

Post #2607788

Hey Tess does your Lady M make seeds ? Paul
phicks
Lakeland, FL
(Zone 9b)

August 10, 2006
6:50 PM

Post #2607804

any one have this one ? Passiflora suberosa

Desertdenial5
Tolleson, AZ
(Zone 9a)

August 10, 2006
6:53 PM

Post #2607809

No but I sure would like one.
TessC
New Orleans, LA
(Zone 8b)

August 10, 2006
7:39 PM

Post #2607945

Shoot! Paul, I'm really sorry- I meant to go out and check on the whole seed thing! I'll do it as soon as I get back and report. The Lady M isn't blooming right this second, but Purple Haze & Inspiration both are, I think...
carrjohn
Kellyville, OK
(Zone 7a)

August 10, 2006
8:09 PM

Post #2608025

I have several seed pods from the incarnata, what do I do with them as I have these things growing wild? John
AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

August 10, 2006
8:55 PM

Post #2608139

Paul, got any pics of suberosa??
phicks
Lakeland, FL
(Zone 9b)

August 10, 2006
9:04 PM

Post #2608164

Nope its a native to Florida tho Paul
donlaclair
New Port Richey, FL
(Zone 9b)

August 12, 2006
3:13 PM

Post #2614501

can any one ID this from a real bad picture?
Don

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GordonHawk
Brooklyn, NY
(Zone 7b)

August 13, 2006
3:27 AM

Post #2616542

Here's a few views of ClearSky.. finally startng to bloom..awaiting blooms from the others now
Gordon

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GordonHawk
Brooklyn, NY
(Zone 7b)

August 13, 2006
3:35 AM

Post #2616577

This is Clear Sky again... Gordon

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Eclipse
Norwalk, IA
(Zone 5b)

August 13, 2006
4:04 AM

Post #2616665

will add a couple this is p. subrotunda, leaves are half moon shaped and fold in half, the flowers smell like Mockorange.flowers are about 2 1/2 inches across.

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Eclipse
Norwalk, IA
(Zone 5b)

August 13, 2006
4:06 AM

Post #2616667

Pass. subrotunda side view..

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Eclipse
Norwalk, IA
(Zone 5b)

August 13, 2006
4:15 AM

Post #2616692

Pass. aurantia, a species that the flowers hold two days and change colors, red to Ivory tan.small leaves.

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Eclipse
Norwalk, IA
(Zone 5b)

August 13, 2006
4:26 AM

Post #2616736

Pass. nephroides large very hairy leaves and 2 inch flowers with a typical pass scent.

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Eclipse
Norwalk, IA
(Zone 5b)

August 13, 2006
4:28 AM

Post #2616743

Pass. nephroides side view

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Eclipse
Norwalk, IA
(Zone 5b)

August 13, 2006
4:46 AM

Post #2616791

my constance elliott.I have tons of seed pods on this plant, but so far all are empty. :-(

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phicks
Lakeland, FL
(Zone 9b)

August 14, 2006
2:38 PM

Post #2620952

id check and see if its makeing pollen QQ
AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

August 14, 2006
3:39 PM

Post #2621131

Nice picks, Gordon. Eclipse, you been holding out on us? I just love your nephroides. Don, I'm going out on an ID limb,... Lavendar Lady?

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conifers
Rock Island, IL
(Zone 5b)

August 16, 2006
7:41 PM

Post #2629239

IMCANADIAN: Thank you! Your momma there is quite striking. Here I'm just happy to have any passiflora overwinter.

Thanks for the pictures folks!

Dax
Moodene
(Nadine) Devers, TX
(Zone 9b)

August 19, 2006
2:05 PM

Post #2637929

P.Blue Bouquet..Sorry for fuzzy pic..I took this one at friend's house...

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Joy

Joy
Kalama, WA
(Zone 8b)

August 19, 2006
5:03 PM

Post #2638357

Gorgeous Passiflora's!

Here's one I forgot the name of but hadn't seen posted in this thread yet.

Joy

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phicks
Lakeland, FL
(Zone 9b)

August 19, 2006
7:12 PM

Post #2638707

http://www.strangewonderfulthings.com/tips149.htm Bannana Passion flower
rebel_rouser
Memphis, TN

August 19, 2006
7:45 PM

Post #2638774

Here's another volunteer-- I wondered what it was...
Comes up between the clematis and the wisteria.
Can't get the wisteria to bloom... been hitting it with a broom jes' like my maw maw tol' me... It's takin over the house... worsen kudzu

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BamaBelle
Headland, AL
(Zone 8a)

August 25, 2006
10:59 PM

Post #2659551

Not sure the name of this one. My sis gave it to me and said that during a hurricane last year some of her Constance Elleiots and Ceruleans got mixed up. We've been wiating for it to bloom to see what it was. Obviously it isn't Constance Elliot...so I"m thinking Cerulean???

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BamaBelle
Headland, AL
(Zone 8a)

August 25, 2006
10:59 PM

Post #2659552

Another view

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BamaBelle
Headland, AL
(Zone 8a)

August 25, 2006
11:01 PM

Post #2659554

Here is one of my many Incarnatas. I"ve got about 12 fruit on them. Thinking about making some jam if I get enough fruit...

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PerennialGirl
Winnipeg, MB
(Zone 4a)

August 27, 2006
6:46 PM

Post #2665092

There are so many gorgeous passies out there that I don't have...lol. Here is a picture of my Lady Lavender. This will be the third season that I've overwintered it in the basement.
:) Donna

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AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

August 27, 2006
6:59 PM

Post #2665144

Donna, I'm on my second or third year with one and it gets monsterous, does yours? I mean I let it take the lattice on the deck and it just goes crazy, just now starting to bloom, very reliable.
PerennialGirl
Winnipeg, MB
(Zone 4a)

August 27, 2006
7:03 PM

Post #2665157

Yes, it does grow really well. I need to get a better trellis. When I bring it in, I do have to cut it back alot.
DiamondD
Baton Rouge, LA
(Zone 8b)

August 29, 2006
1:06 AM

Post #2669613

My Passiflora 'Incense' that gets little to no attention, not to mention water. We have a place on the water and only go there every other weekend [usually], but she is happy!

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zostropz
San Diego, CA

September 8, 2006
3:08 AM

Post #2702453

ok, you guys forced me to get busy and take some pics. All that follow were taken in the last 7 to 10 days.
Mark

P. 'Jelly Joker'

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zostropz
San Diego, CA

September 8, 2006
3:11 AM

Post #2702464

ok, every Racemosa opened up without me seeing them except this last flower. This was late in the day and it was pretty week at this point.
Mark

P. Racemosa

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zostropz
San Diego, CA

September 8, 2006
3:14 AM

Post #2702474

Ok, this is a new one I just got. It is a cross of the P. Amethystina 'long pundical' and the P. Amethystina 'short pundical'
Mark

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zostropz
San Diego, CA

September 8, 2006
3:15 AM

Post #2702476

ok, one of my small plants grew up, this is P. 'Temptation'
Mark

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zostropz
San Diego, CA

September 8, 2006
3:17 AM

Post #2702489

ok, another baby that grew up, this is P. 'Blue Velvet'. It is a bit smaller flower than temptation and the corona fillaments are just a bit different.
Mark

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zostropz
San Diego, CA

September 8, 2006
3:22 AM

Post #2702507

I don't think the P. Kermesina pic loaded so sorry if it does it twice.
Mark

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zostropz
San Diego, CA

September 8, 2006
3:22 AM

Post #2702508

I finally got to experience the incredible blooms of P. Kermesina. What an awesome flower.
Mark

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zostropz
San Diego, CA

September 8, 2006
3:23 AM

Post #2702516

ok, this one is just a lame little P. Subpeltata.
Mark

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zostropz
San Diego, CA

September 8, 2006
3:24 AM

Post #2702521

ok, this is a Xiikzodz hybrid called P. 'Balaam'
Mark

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zostropz
San Diego, CA

September 8, 2006
3:25 AM

Post #2702526

and this is almost identical to Balaam, it is P. 'Manta'
Mark

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zostropz
San Diego, CA

September 8, 2006
3:26 AM

Post #2702530

And last but not least, the most important passiflora of them all...this is my newest one, Passiflora 'Chopper'.
goodnight all,
Mark

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AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

September 8, 2006
2:11 PM

Post #2703085

Very Pretty, Chopper looks very content. Mark, please post your Kermisina in the plant files, It's quite lovely and there are no pics.. thx
http://davesgarden.com/pf/go/118320/index.html
MySharona
Amelia Island, FL
(Zone 9a)

September 8, 2006
7:34 PM

Post #2703661

Here's my Lady Margaret!

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MySharona
Amelia Island, FL
(Zone 9a)

September 8, 2006
7:39 PM

Post #2703675

And here's the vine...it's really taken off this year!

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AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

September 8, 2006
8:47 PM

Post #2703828

I just love her, she's probably my favorite. Not nearly as large as your's but it warrants a spot in front of the French doors during winter... Just lovely, MySharona.
ErickMN
St. Paul, MN
(Zone 4b)

September 9, 2006
12:29 AM

Post #2704305

Mark, your collection is always impressive. Congratulations on all of your successes! I particularly like the P. kermesina. Wow! I recently ordered seeds of it and will hopefully have as much success with it that you have. And there is nothing lame about P. subpeltata - it's an old favorite that is always a treat!

Oot of all of them, though, I think P. 'Chopper' is my favorite!

Erick

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zostropz
San Diego, CA

September 9, 2006
2:19 PM

Post #2705688

AuntB, I'll try posting that pic but have never done that before.
Mark
zostropz
San Diego, CA

September 9, 2006
2:20 PM

Post #2705691

Erick, thank you so much. I've been busy getting these plants ready for winter, got a lot of work to do.
Mark
MySharona
Amelia Island, FL
(Zone 9a)

September 9, 2006
2:56 PM

Post #2705777

Thank you AuntB. Mine is a year old, can't wait to see what she does next year. They're all so beautiful, it's difficult to pick a fav! Although P. Chopper is at the top!

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zostropz
San Diego, CA

September 9, 2006
7:26 PM

Post #2706405

Ok, Chopper is a hit. lol I have a new flower today, I'll get a pic posted later. This will be Passiflora Racemosa 'Buzios'. It is not the bright red like the normal racemosa and the corona filaments are different too.
Mark

cloudia

cloudia
Seattle, WA

September 9, 2006
9:02 PM

Post #2706656

My cerulea is looking good...

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cloudia
Seattle, WA

September 9, 2006
9:03 PM

Post #2706660

The vine has filled out!

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cloudia

cloudia
Seattle, WA

September 9, 2006
9:12 PM

Post #2706687

And here is a flower from Amethyst. (Unfortunately Lady Margaret died, and Crimson Tears hasn't bloomed yet.)

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zostropz
San Diego, CA

September 9, 2006
11:21 PM

Post #2707165

Okay everyone, here it is, my very first flower ever from Passiflora Racemosa 'Buzios'. It differs from the regular Racemosa by having much lighter flowers, long corona fillaments and the center is much much lighter.
Mark

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AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

September 10, 2006
6:25 PM

Post #2709528

Standing ovation, Mark! I LOVE it! And the shape of the buds ... are those before or after opening? Just Beautiful!
MySharona
Amelia Island, FL
(Zone 9a)

September 10, 2006
10:03 PM

Post #2710122

Cloudia, Your vine is massive!! The amethyst is beautiful!

Mark, I've never seen one like that! It's just gorgeous! Where do you grow all of them?!

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zostropz
San Diego, CA

September 11, 2006
5:15 AM

Post #2711296

MySharona - All my vines are pot grown in the back yard, I don't have any space to plant anything here, it's all cement.

AuntB - those buds are all before opening. This picture was the very very first one to open for me, I've never seen this flower before except in a picture.
Mark
City_Sylvia
Dallas, TX

September 11, 2006
12:47 PM

Post #2711704

I dont have any flowers here yet, but I just put this Incense Passionflower in the ground about two months ago. Its all over the place ... Can I expect it bloom soon?
The same thing with the white "Constance". I broke the vine in error so its way behind the "Incense", but still is not growing as fast as the purple incense.

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City_Sylvia
Dallas, TX

September 11, 2006
12:50 PM

Post #2711708

Pic of the white Constance... I need to get it back on track...:)

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Desertdenial5
Tolleson, AZ
(Zone 9a)

September 11, 2006
3:07 PM

Post #2712050

Mark your passiflora's are all georgeous!! I wish I could keep things alive in pots. I would definetly have more varieties then.

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carrjohn
Kellyville, OK
(Zone 7a)

September 12, 2006
2:07 PM

Post #2715343

I love everyone of the pasiflora pictures, and everytime I get a bloom I have to take a pic of it. John

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City_Sylvia
Dallas, TX

September 12, 2006
3:10 PM

Post #2715548

I havent got any blooms yet, but the vine is running wild, can I expect to see blooms this year?
AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

September 12, 2006
3:52 PM

Post #2715710

Wow, everyone, I want them ALL! Really enjoying the pics!
Sylvia, I hope you do, mine had more vine on the trellis when it bloomed, but seems like it started budding after a growth spurt. Will it die back this winter, when does your growing season end?

Had to post - "The Caerulea Twins"

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City_Sylvia
Dallas, TX

September 12, 2006
8:49 PM

Post #2716544

AWWW ... I am sooo jealous! :(
zostropz
San Diego, CA

September 13, 2006
1:48 AM

Post #2717446

Marie, thank you for the compliment.
Mark
Eclipse
Norwalk, IA
(Zone 5b)

September 14, 2006
2:51 AM

Post #2720952

Here is Passiflora "Indigo Dream" nice contrasting colors. not much on fragrance though.

Kyle

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ineedacupoftea
Denver, CO

September 14, 2006
5:31 AM

Post #2721373

Mark in CA: Do those latter two Passiflora hybrids have coriacea blood in them?
Kenton
yardqueen1948
Emory, TX
(Zone 8a)

September 14, 2006
6:14 AM

Post #2721436

Here is mine. Someone told me it is incarnata...

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zostropz
San Diego, CA

September 15, 2006
12:58 AM

Post #2724108

James, both of them do. In fact, they are both the same cross I think, just done at different times.
Mark
zostropz
San Diego, CA

September 15, 2006
1:00 AM

Post #2724116

Yard, you pic looks like P. Incense
Mark
GordonHawk
Brooklyn, NY
(Zone 7b)

September 15, 2006
1:57 AM

Post #2724334

ClearSky.. climbing on the plumeria...always in flower..such a joy..and it helps keep the tree stable in the high winds.. Gordon

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SnowBird56
Irving, TX
(Zone 8a)

September 15, 2006
2:05 AM

Post #2724361

Wow I did not know there was so many passion vines..I had this unknown come up this year around my pond and has bloomed like crazy and now full of fruit..I may need to add a few others colors next year..

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plantnutga
Thomasville, GA
(Zone 8b)

September 16, 2006
5:48 PM

Post #2729609

Here's Passy Wally World! Any ID help would be much appreciated. It is going crazy in zone 8b!

I planted it for both the blooms and the butterflies, it's not the one native to this area but they are still laying on it. Now if my brown thrashers will leave the caterpillars alone...

plantnutga

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MySharona
Amelia Island, FL
(Zone 9a)

September 16, 2006
11:24 PM

Post #2730499

Plantnut - That's a Lady Margaret - isn't she beautiful?!!

Here's mine!

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plantnutga
Thomasville, GA
(Zone 8b)

September 17, 2006
12:01 AM

Post #2730615

Well, thank goodness SOMEONE knows what it is! The people at Wally World sure didn't!

I passed over the red passiflora because I know the butterflies ignore it. this one was just too beeeuuuuutiful to pass up, though

plantnutga
pebble
Bodrum
Turkey
(Zone 10a)

October 20, 2006
9:44 AM

Post #2834152

geeeee i miss all my passifloras... I only have one here, and it is an incarnata...

and i have no pictures, but I sure enjoyed seeing all of yours

these are my favorites

p. subrotunda
lady lavender, lady margaret
i will try to get some when i am back in the states and bring them out
AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

October 20, 2006
9:06 PM

Post #2835920

Oh, pebble, where are they in the states, are you in the military? I've seen about 5 or 6 (at least) I "need" to add to my collection... If they are a tough vine, I can keep them in the basement, alive but not growing... I just love all the colors!
MySharona
Amelia Island, FL
(Zone 9a)

October 20, 2006
9:17 PM

Post #2835953

Aunt Bee - My Lady Margaret is still growing!

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AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

October 23, 2006
2:42 PM

Post #2842628

SHARON! I am green with envy! How glorious, just .. I'm in AWE! I knew it was a rugged one... If you can grow her like that, WHY doesn't everyone down there have one in their garden??? I'm in zone 5b, just happy as a clam I can grow them to bloom 2 or 3 at a time! Ok, I'm moving!! lol
TrixieM
Mc Call Creek, MS

October 24, 2006
2:40 AM

Post #2844606

Haven't seen Passiflora Alata Ruby Glow here. This is the most awesome flower I've every seen. Very heavy flower that hangs straight down so that you need to be under it to see it. Petals look like wax and are very thick. Wonderful fragrance. Heavy bloomer. No bugs. WOW!

Kay

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MySharona
Amelia Island, FL
(Zone 9a)

October 24, 2006
9:47 AM

Post #2845076

Kay - that's gorgeous! Does it have a scent?
PerennialGirl
Winnipeg, MB
(Zone 4a)

October 29, 2006
7:23 PM

Post #2862679

More beautiful flowers! Mark your Passiflora Racemosa 'Buzios' is so different. Luv it!! I'm drooling over everyone's Lady Margaret! I've been wanting one for dogs ages...lol!!
:) Donna
Donovan
Manalapan / Englisht, NJ
(Zone 7a)

October 30, 2006
2:49 AM

Post #2863922

Passiflora edulis / a.k.a. Purple Passion Fruit, Granadilla

I planted this from seed in the late spring. It had only one bud, which opened the day after I brought it indoors last week. I have several other plants started from seed last year but they have never bloomed with the exception of the two planted in the ground in my greenhouse. They bloomed for the first time this year and have bloomed profusely.

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MySharona
Amelia Island, FL
(Zone 9a)

October 30, 2006
10:58 AM

Post #2864397

Donovan - just gorgeous!

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phicks
Lakeland, FL
(Zone 9b)

October 30, 2006
12:25 PM

Post #2864547

Heres Mine

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AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

October 31, 2006
3:07 PM

Post #2868506

OH, Kay, THAT is the one I killed! I love it! The petal edges look almost blue.. just gorgeous! Maybe I will try again in spring if I can find one. Wow, Donovan, how patient you are. I bet you will get lots of blooms next year. Paul, is yours in the ground?
Donovan
Manalapan / Englisht, NJ
(Zone 7a)

October 31, 2006
7:24 PM

Post #2869230

Thank you MySharona & AuntB.

Planted from seed last year, this came back after a New Jersey winter, a pleasant surprise. Planted in the ground inside the greenhouse (unheated), it even found itself outside. The blooms have faded due to the fall weather.

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MySharona
Amelia Island, FL
(Zone 9a)

October 31, 2006
10:48 PM

Post #2869935

This is a series of pics, couldn't get Lady M in one shot
She started here...
Sharon

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MySharona
Amelia Island, FL
(Zone 9a)

October 31, 2006
10:49 PM

Post #2869940

2nd outside the arbor shot

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MySharona
Amelia Island, FL
(Zone 9a)

October 31, 2006
10:50 PM

Post #2869944

Inside left

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MySharona
Amelia Island, FL
(Zone 9a)

October 31, 2006
10:52 PM

Post #2869949

Inside

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MySharona
Amelia Island, FL
(Zone 9a)

October 31, 2006
10:53 PM

Post #2869954

another inside moving to the right

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MySharona
Amelia Island, FL
(Zone 9a)

October 31, 2006
10:54 PM

Post #2869958

Last one - she's moved to the left side of the arbor

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re01434
Munich
Germany

November 2, 2006
6:18 AM

Post #2874334

here is my P. edulis flavi.

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AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

November 2, 2006
2:52 PM

Post #2875097

Sharon, talk about MASSIVE! She's making quite a spectacle of herself! Wow, re01434, THAT is HUGE also, is that a pineapple in front of it? I've been growing a pineapple since last spring, a friend brought it to me, hasn't really grown that much... A pic of a L.M bloom in early fall, they seemed to be smaller with cooler nights, taken a couple weeks ago.

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re01434
Munich
Germany

November 2, 2006
5:02 PM

Post #2875420

@AuntB

yes, in front of the p. edulis is a pineapple.
jmorth
Divernon, IL
(Zone 5b)

November 3, 2006
7:31 AM

Post #2877343

When I got this passionflower I imagined the blooms to be many times larger than they are here. Can anyone tell ne what cultivar this would be?

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GordonHawk
Brooklyn, NY
(Zone 7b)

November 4, 2006
4:27 AM

Post #2879968

well... here'sClearSky...into November..and she's doing as good as ever..not a sign of stress from the high winds and cold rains.. the color is slightly softer..and less vibrant now.. I like to set them to climb the fence... then jump to other plants.. which anchors both plants in the high winds.. just before this picture.. the wind picked up a glass topped table with folded and tied down umbrella and umbrella weight..and blew it some 10' away from where had been .. the second time it happened a few days later .. the glass broke ..but the flowers persist... and well a great job anchoring... in this photo.. anchoring a plumeria.. we'll be bringing them all downstairs this week.. the plumeria will go in under lights and ClearSky will go into the hallway.under a skylight...and climb up the ladder..and perhaps bloom till spring.. Gordon

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Eclipse
Norwalk, IA
(Zone 5b)

November 5, 2006
3:37 AM

Post #2883228

Jmorth yours is pass. Lutea, can be found wild in the eastern to southern USA.
jmorth
Divernon, IL
(Zone 5b)

November 5, 2006
5:22 PM

Post #2884520

Thanks Eclipse
MySharona
Amelia Island, FL
(Zone 9a)

November 5, 2006
5:30 PM

Post #2884541

Jmorth and Gordon - your pv's are beautiful! Then again...I love all the pv's!!!!!!!!!
Sharon

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AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

November 6, 2006
8:51 PM

Post #2888081

That's what I called getting the most out of your growing season, Gordon... I didn't realize New York's zone was that high...
phicks
Lakeland, FL
(Zone 9b)

November 7, 2006
4:22 AM

Post #2889745

heres the twins B mine is in a small pot

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AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

November 7, 2006
2:25 PM

Post #2890636

In a pot, Paul? Will you plant in the ground? They are gorgeous. Hey, we're getting up to almost 70 degrees today! I thought I posted this pic, but it's the last hoorah for Purple Haze taked a couple weeks ago, I whacked it back right after I snapped the photo... :(

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Desertdenial5
Tolleson, AZ
(Zone 9a)

November 7, 2006
2:32 PM

Post #2890663

Beautiful AuntB! But for those of you who have to whack your vines back I just do not know how you do it!! I have the worst time cutting anything back.
phicks
Lakeland, FL
(Zone 9b)

November 7, 2006
2:36 PM

Post #2890681

Marie that passion flowqer pod i got from you some of the seeds are comeing up . do you know any thing about a Mexican passion flower? Regards Paul
plantladyhou
Katy, TX
(Zone 8b)

November 7, 2006
2:51 PM

Post #2890723

How small if a "small" pot? very curious and kinda need to know.

Ann
Desertdenial5
Tolleson, AZ
(Zone 9a)

November 7, 2006
3:03 PM

Post #2890761

Yes I have one but it did not develope any seed pods that I know of. It was done flowering a couple of months ago and seems to be going dormant now???

I expect to have passiflora foetida every where since I can not keep up with all the fruit it produces. (it is still flowering now!)

Here is a p. mexicanna picture

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Desertdenial5
Tolleson, AZ
(Zone 9a)

November 7, 2006
3:06 PM

Post #2890768

Here is p. Foetida

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AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

November 7, 2006
3:18 PM

Post #2890802

I have mine in at least a 16 in (across the top) pot. But that may be small to Paul! Marie, your pretty Mexicanna reminds me of one I lost... Sunburst I think it was... leaves were not "lobed" and had spots.. small flowers, this is the only pic I got (and kind of blurry), it was taken inside my garage last fall- the only blooms I got, then it didn't come back in Spring... even though the blooms are small, I still like them.

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Desertdenial5
Tolleson, AZ
(Zone 9a)

November 7, 2006
3:21 PM

Post #2890813

Wow that is a beautiful little flower AuntB. I love my p.mexicanna it was covered in hundreds of tiny little flowers. I think mine is dying back in response to our really chilly nights. I am hoping it comes backin the spring.

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phicks
Lakeland, FL
(Zone 9b)

November 7, 2006
5:58 PM

Post #2891303

My pot is 5 inches across 5 inches deep
AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

November 7, 2006
6:56 PM

Post #2891534

Oh my, that is small. Do you have to water everyday, Paul? I bet your Mexicanna comes back, Marie. I hate whacking stuff off, but if I don't, I wouldn't be able to enjoy it next year. It's a dirty job, but somebody HAS to do it, I'd rather it be me with the knife, cutting with love. Usually in September/ early Oct, if I'm lucky, just when everything is blooming so pretty! I put the Purple Haze on an arbor and Lavendar Lady I let ramble on the deck lattice... usually buds and blooms when I whack... I keep the other passies contained, but when it's time to whack the others, it's time to bring in the containers, also. I do have a brugmansia, leafless, blooming in the basement. Looks pretty pathetic, really. 2 blooms were open last night and it put out a sweet scent all through the basement. Poor thing, doesn't realize it's supposed to be having a "long" winters' nap..
phicks
Lakeland, FL
(Zone 9b)

November 7, 2006
7:03 PM

Post #2891555

Thats how i got it to bloom at ten mnts root bound yup water every day
AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

November 7, 2006
7:35 PM

Post #2891660

Are you going to put it in the ground or repot, maybe in Spring? I bet it grows into a monster for you down there. I'm still in awe at Gaylams Ruby Glow (pic above), guess I'll try it again next spring... colo is so vibrant... but still I think my all round fav is Lady M...
phicks
Lakeland, FL
(Zone 9b)

November 7, 2006
9:05 PM

Post #2891971

ill plant it i just bought a place i close on friday it has land to
AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

November 8, 2006
4:01 PM

Post #2894370

Oh Paul, Congrats! LAND! Is it in the same area you live now? I mean you're certainly not moving to Michigan or Kansas and giving up your FL weather..? How exciting, will you put all your canna's and brugs and most everything in the ground?
bluegrassmom
Lewisburg, KY
(Zone 6a)

November 12, 2006
9:53 AM

Post #2906495

Has anyone started these from seed? I have the wild purple one but I would love to trade for L. Margaret seeds. LMK
phicks
Lakeland, FL
(Zone 9b)

November 12, 2006
11:28 PM

Post #2908225

Any one know this one got it today at the flea market five bucks

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kbaumle
Northwest, OH
(Zone 5b)

November 14, 2006
8:39 PM

Post #2913420

Here's today's bloom on my 'Clear Sky,' which I'm wintering over inside for the second winter this year. My experience so far has been that I get just as many blooms and growth from having it inside, in a south window as I did this summer and last, outside.

My 'Lady Margaret' has been a non-stop bloomer, both inside and out.

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MySharona
Amelia Island, FL
(Zone 9a)

November 14, 2006
8:56 PM

Post #2913467

Wow - I love the brilliant colors! So vivid!
AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

November 14, 2006
9:04 PM

Post #2913487

Paul I think it's P. alato caerulea, every other petal is white, there might be another name for it... very robust plant and a heavy bloomer. Nice buy!
AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

November 14, 2006
9:06 PM

Post #2913495

Kbaumle, really? Mine do much better outside. Maybe you have higher light inside than I do. I'm always glad when I can get mine back outside in Spring. Very vivid pic, beautiful!
kbaumle
Northwest, OH
(Zone 5b)

November 14, 2006
9:45 PM

Post #2913603

Oh, our house is not bright at all. There are several things that I have problems with, due to the low light (pale color, small leaves, legginess), but this passiflora is not one of them!

Oh, and for the post way up there...my 'Lady Margaret' does indeed have fuzzy leaves. The 'Clear Sky' has somewhat shiny leaves with no fuzz.
phicks
Lakeland, FL
(Zone 9b)

November 14, 2006
10:32 PM

Post #2913730

Hey MySharona
how are the seed pods ?
bluegrassmom
Lewisburg, KY
(Zone 6a)

November 14, 2006
11:11 PM

Post #2913869

Where did you guys buy these varieties?
kbaumle
Northwest, OH
(Zone 5b)

November 15, 2006
12:20 AM

Post #2914113

I got my 'Clear Sky' at the Cleveland Flower Show last year, at the Lowe's booth. (Not the Lowe's chain, but a local nursery near Cleveland.) I got 'Lady Margaret' at our Lowe's (the chain).
MySharona
Amelia Island, FL
(Zone 9a)

November 15, 2006
12:31 AM

Post #2914141

Paul - Just ran out to take a quick pic - here is one - all 3 are about the same size ((((giggle))))

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phicks
Lakeland, FL
(Zone 9b)

November 15, 2006
3:39 PM

Post #2915757

Wow Nice
phicks
Lakeland, FL
(Zone 9b)

November 15, 2006
5:54 PM

Post #2916138

http://botgard.bio.uu.nl/GAllery/index.php?spgmGal=Passiflora&spgmPage=7&spgmFilters=&group=Passiflora
AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

November 15, 2006
6:15 PM

Post #2916199

Ooooooo, thanks for the link, Paul. Pretty!
MySharona
Amelia Island, FL
(Zone 9a)

November 15, 2006
10:01 PM

Post #2916998

Thanks Paul! They're beautiful!!!!
zostropz
San Diego, CA

November 18, 2006
12:29 AM

Post #2923496

ok, i'm really lame and haven't followed the post here. I have a couple more pics to share with you all. First off, I got my first P. Galbana bloom a few weeks back, here it is:
Mark

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zostropz
San Diego, CA

November 18, 2006
12:30 AM

Post #2923498

Here is a new Hybrid from Europe, P. 'Monika Fischer"
Mark

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zostropz
San Diego, CA

November 18, 2006
12:31 AM

Post #2923505

and a better pic of that Passiflora Racemosa 'Buzios'
Mark

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zostropz
San Diego, CA

November 18, 2006
12:36 AM

Post #2923520

ok, here is another new one for this year, P. Retipetala.
Mark

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zostropz
San Diego, CA

November 18, 2006
12:37 AM

Post #2923522

here is Passiflora 'Witchcraft'
Mark

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zostropz
San Diego, CA

November 18, 2006
12:39 AM

Post #2923527

here is Passiflora Macrocarpa
Mark

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MySharona
Amelia Island, FL
(Zone 9a)

November 18, 2006
1:34 AM

Post #2923680

Mark ~ I'm so envious! They are all gorgeous! My Prissy bows to you!

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AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

November 19, 2006
3:09 PM

Post #2927534

WOW! They are gorgeous! Witchcraft is so dark and vivid! I like them ALL! Great photography too, Mark. Thanks for sharing, just beautiful!
bluegrassmom
Lewisburg, KY
(Zone 6a)

November 20, 2006
7:57 AM

Post #2930011

Does anyone have a few seeds for postage? I would like to try some that stay under 8ft.
alrac
wolverhampton
United Kingdom
(Zone 9a)

November 20, 2006
8:28 AM

Post #2930026

Hi

This is my Empress Eugenie.

Regards
Sue

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bluegrassmom
Lewisburg, KY
(Zone 6a)

November 20, 2006
8:34 AM

Post #2930030

That is just gorgeous, Sue! I love the contrast from the creamy white.
kbaumle
Northwest, OH
(Zone 5b)

November 20, 2006
11:18 AM

Post #2930162

Wow, Sue, that's really floriferous!
Desertdenial5
Tolleson, AZ
(Zone 9a)

November 20, 2006
1:30 PM

Post #2930500

Mark your pictures are awesome. Makes me want to run out and buy a few more passie's
Eclipse
Norwalk, IA
(Zone 5b)

November 23, 2006
3:34 AM

Post #2938375

Mark, Awesome pics, I'll take two of each!! :-)



I wish.

Kyle
zostropz
San Diego, CA

November 23, 2006
3:47 AM

Post #2938390

thank you everyone. I've had yucky greenhouses in the past but I found something to attach the clear covering on with so maybe I can get some nice vines to flower next year. Wish me luck.
Mark
gordo
Gulfport, FL
(Zone 9b)

December 14, 2006
2:25 PM

Post #2998312

Crimson Tears.

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Desertdenial5
Tolleson, AZ
(Zone 9a)

December 14, 2006
2:32 PM

Post #2998335

Beautiful!!
gordo
Gulfport, FL
(Zone 9b)

December 14, 2006
2:36 PM

Post #2998345

Amethystina Minas Gerais. 2" across, true royal blue, very fragrant...a self pollinator.

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Desertdenial5
Tolleson, AZ
(Zone 9a)

December 14, 2006
2:41 PM

Post #2998363

Great picture between you and mark I may need a green house just for passifloras!!!
MySharona
Amelia Island, FL
(Zone 9a)

December 15, 2006
7:06 PM

Post #3001711

Me too! Your passies are just beautiful! My Lady M is still growing and has another fruit!

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phicks
Lakeland, FL
(Zone 9b)

December 16, 2006
8:38 PM

Post #3004616

Any one have this one seeds cuttings ? Passiflora mixta
PerennialGirl
Winnipeg, MB
(Zone 4a)

February 11, 2007
12:52 AM

Post #3176383

Gordo beautiful colors on your two! My Lady M cuttings didn't survive..sniff, sniff. I think but I'm hoping not but I might have lost my Lady Lavender. This would be my fourth winter in the basement. I hope I didn't lose it.
:( Donna
kbaumle
Northwest, OH
(Zone 5b)

February 11, 2007
1:17 AM

Post #3176503

Neither my large Lady Margaret, nor my mother's, whose looked even better than mine, have survived inside. :-(
PerennialGirl
Winnipeg, MB
(Zone 4a)

February 11, 2007
1:36 AM

Post #3176583

Oh shoot! I feel for you.
:( Donna
JLD_II
Olathe, KS
(Zone 6a)

February 23, 2007
7:54 PM

Post #3218184

This is such a great thread. Sadly I only have pictures left to show for my passiflora collection. I went from over 20 of them down to maybe 5 if I'm lucky. I have belotti and lavender lady in pots and incarnata, blue and white caerulea's in the ground. The caerulea's have come back up for the past 3 mild winters but this current winter has been so brutally cold, they maybe history darnit.
Here is 1 blue bouquet

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JLD_II
Olathe, KS
(Zone 6a)

February 23, 2007
7:56 PM

Post #3218189

Here is a collage I made with a few more

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JLD_II
Olathe, KS
(Zone 6a)

February 23, 2007
7:58 PM

Post #3218196

I forget which 1 this is. I sure miss her

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JLD_II
Olathe, KS
(Zone 6a)

February 23, 2007
7:59 PM

Post #3218200

Heres my P. Belotti. I think she will pull through

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JLD_II
Olathe, KS
(Zone 6a)

February 23, 2007
8:00 PM

Post #3218205

Lovely Lavender Lady that has always performed so well for me. She's looking pretty rough right now but she'll pull through I hope

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JLD_II
Olathe, KS
(Zone 6a)

February 23, 2007
8:06 PM

Post #3218220

1 of my Incarnata's that has grown from a tiny sprig dug out of a ditch in S. Oklahoma and now rules the fence line. I think this 1 has slightly hybridized as I now have many many different vines that vary a bunch in size and hues. I wouldn't be suprised since there used to be a abundance of different passie's that were always being pollenated by carpender bee's. I had never seen a carpender bee until I started collecting passiflora's, now they show up everywhere on my flowers. I'm told they're quite destructive with decks and wooden fences, not mine thank goodness.

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JLD_II
Olathe, KS
(Zone 6a)

February 23, 2007
8:07 PM

Post #3218223

another incarnata thats just a little different

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JLD_II
Olathe, KS
(Zone 6a)

February 23, 2007
8:09 PM

Post #3218228

P. Incense or purple haze? What do you think?

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JLD_II
Olathe, KS
(Zone 6a)

February 23, 2007
8:10 PM

Post #3218231

White Caerulea aka Constance Elliot

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JLD_II
Olathe, KS
(Zone 6a)

February 23, 2007
8:11 PM

Post #3218235

A Morifolia I believe. I culled this 1 a couple years ago. It's vine was out of control and the flowers were always tiny and hidden behind the leaves so I let her go.

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JLD_II
Olathe, KS
(Zone 6a)

February 23, 2007
8:16 PM

Post #3218248

P. Caerulea aka Hardy Blue. We'll see how hardy she is this spring;)

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AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

February 23, 2007
8:58 PM

Post #3218340

Jeff! Hi, how is your winter going?? I'm suffering cabin fever.. I did get out on the deck last week end when it was nice and repotted a few babies I've been growing this winter... It was GREAT getting dirt under my fingernails, again! I still have 4 hibiscus growing in my livingroom. They've all put out most welcome blooms this winter. I'm really enjoying them and the pics you posted here. Been very busy at work this winter (cuts into my DG time,lol). Hope you and Tracy are doing good.
I think the pic above Constance is Purple haze... I'm wanting some pink passies this year, and all the mail order places (for starter plants) are sold out... Guess I'll start looking in January next year. Another generous DG'er sent me an Indigo Dream and I managed to murder it this winter. It's nice spending a little more time on DG this week. I better get busy- looking forward to the growing season-AuntB
fancyflea
Wharton, TX
(Zone 9a)

February 24, 2007
3:07 PM

Post #3220136

My sapphire from last summer.

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fancyflea
Wharton, TX
(Zone 9a)

February 24, 2007
3:12 PM

Post #3220157

Sorry wrong photo. That was a photo from the internet. THIS one is my sapphire.

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AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

February 28, 2007
9:59 PM

Post #3235512

Pretty, fancyflea. I like your pic better, stunning!
fancyflea
Wharton, TX
(Zone 9a)

March 1, 2007
5:29 PM

Post #3237778

Thanks AuntB..
Maydreams27
Port Saint Lucie, FL
(Zone 9b)

July 19, 2007
4:52 PM

Post #3755191

Can we get this thread up again? I would love to see anything new ya'll have.

Dioes anyone know of a pssi that has fuzzy leaves and vine? I saw the foetida does but i don't think this is that. Foetida appears to be fuzzier?

Just bought from Wally world and it is marked incarnata

Here is my newest blooms..can anyone confirm what it is

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Maydreams27
Port Saint Lucie, FL
(Zone 9b)

July 19, 2007
4:55 PM

Post #3755199

Side view

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JLD_II
Olathe, KS
(Zone 6a)

July 19, 2007
5:29 PM

Post #3755296

Nice pics. I hate the mis-labeling at these darn stores! I've bought the wrong passie so many times, never once getting the one I was wanting.
That to me looks to be Lavender Lady IMO, def. not Incarnata.
Try comparing it to the older pics I posted above, you may find a match.
I wished I had some pics to share, my passies are way behind schedule this season and I can't figure out why. I've had P. Incarnata running wild all over my yard for a good 6-8 years now. They call it Maypop as it comes up in May like clockwork I'm told. Mine is always a little later than but this year its just now coming up thick. I thought I had lost most all of it due to a freak late freeze. Luckily it proved me wrong. I'd usually have miles of vine and hundreds of blooms by now, this year it's just now a few feet long. I guess I should just be happy it came back at all;)
Let me know if you agree with my guess of your new passie.
JD
Maydreams27
Port Saint Lucie, FL
(Zone 9b)

July 19, 2007
6:00 PM

Post #3755453

I did guess Lavendar Lady when i looked at the other posts earlier today. Just amazed I got this from a Home Depot. That would be too cool!!

Flutter
AuntB
NE, KS
(Zone 5b)

July 19, 2007
7:36 PM

Post #3755800

Lavendar Lady was my first thought when I seen it. Mine is on its 2nd "flush" of blooms. KS/MO's late spring freeze this year has effected a lot of my plantage. Jeff, the hibbies you gave me are doing wonderful. I have pics on my camera, but no time to download to the computer right now. Very busy summer.
Maydreams, look up on this post to 8/12/06 from Eclipse, a pic of P. Nephroides that has very pretty pink blooms w/fuzzy leaves... I also have seen posts of this years blooms on the vines forum...
Maydreams27
Port Saint Lucie, FL
(Zone 9b)

July 20, 2007
1:32 AM

Post #3757085

Oooohhhh! Very cool. I would really prefer this one that the foetida, Vanilla scented sounds better than goat smell.

Thanks AuntB for boosting my hope. Now to wait for a flower :)

Flutter
MySharona
Amelia Island, FL
(Zone 9a)

July 20, 2007
9:35 AM

Post #3757878

Lady Margaret

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MySharona
Amelia Island, FL
(Zone 9a)

July 20, 2007
9:37 AM

Post #3757879

Lady Margaret w/GF butterfly and cat - top center

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Buttoneer
Carlisle, PA
(Zone 6b)

July 21, 2007
1:40 AM

Post #3760882

This is my old faithful P. incarnata. It's crawling off the trellis up the side of the house. Will have to take a pix of me standing beside it tomorrow & posting it. It has one fruit on it. Hardy in PA zone 6b.
I see a lot of variation between one Passiflora incarnata & another in a different zone. Anybody know why? Anybody belong to the Nat'l Passiflora society?

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Buttoneer
Carlisle, PA
(Zone 6b)

July 21, 2007
1:41 AM

Post #3760887

Here is another old faithful I grow in the greenhouse & put outside for the summer. P. caerulea. If I can get it to bloom again, I may try crossing it with p. incarnata.

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Buttoneer
Carlisle, PA
(Zone 6b)

July 21, 2007
3:04 PM

Post #3762154

Well, after looking at all these beautiful pictures, you have motivated me to join the internat'l Passiflora society again. I just hope they still have a seed bank. Any ideas on where I can get Passiflora seeds of different cultivars? Thanks.
Maydreams27
Port Saint Lucie, FL
(Zone 9b)

July 21, 2007
8:50 PM

Post #3763144

I just found out about the P Society and am excited as the next meeting is here at Butterfly world In September. I did find out they still havea seed bank and got the newest updated list yesterday. I am so excited to here about this!!!

Flutter
LouisianaMark
Baton Rouge, LA

July 22, 2007
5:50 AM

Post #3764509

Buttoneer,

Check out the listings on ebay--there are quite a few seeds posted there. Also, check out Mauro Peixoto's website (brazilplants.com). I've ordered from him twice, and have gotten the seeds within 2 or 3 weeks. His packets are $3.00 each and have 15 seeds. I think he has a $20.00 minimum order, but that was not a problem for me either time that I ordered. He has plenty of aristolochia seeds as well. He sends you a paypal invoice, so it is easy to send the payment (if you have a paypal account of course).

Flutter, please let us know what you think of the Passiflora society seed bank and their newsletter. I've considered joining, but don't know what they really have to offer.

Thanks!
Mark
GordonHawk
Brooklyn, NY
(Zone 7b)

July 22, 2007
11:48 AM

Post #3764657

I was going to put this picture in the what's wrong with my passi..long plant with only two flowers..
OK.. I'm impatient.. it looks like it won't be much longer.. but itseems oh so slow this year..
this was trellised in my hallway all winter.. an I got a few winter flowers..on and off.. I put the plant out with maybe three 10 'vines.. it seems forever ago.. after a week or two.. under the newshade cloth.. I strung it to the top of my fence... then ran fish line from the top of the fence.. up to the top of the TV antenna.. whhere it is about 1/3 of the way up there now.. and finally two flowers...
the looks of the budding.. I should have piles of flowers... maybe 15 flowers / foot of vine .. this is clear sky... but it looks liike the passi on the other side of the fence now.. I can't recall having two clear skys.. perhaps one wanted to flower like the other ... two seem almost identicle now... Lady Margret on the other end... has still yet to get flowers.. but there are a few buds forming now also .. so there is hope... there also..
I never thought I had enough real sun to merit a shade cloth.. this far north.. but it has ment an easier time for everyone in comming up to full sun.. more OT picturtes in the next post of another shade cloth success story.. my night blooming cereus... blooming about 5 flowers a night.. with a new five the next tight ... all week long.. you do the math.. plenty of flowers... about on a par with my rose bushes... and from a NBC up north.. Gordon

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GordonHawk
Brooklyn, NY
(Zone 7b)

July 22, 2007
11:59 AM

Post #3764674

this is the NBC... who lives in with my virgins bower... [ TV ] both liked the shade transition this year also... usually everything gets a bit crispy the first week or two outside.. last year I was wondering is either would survive.. and this year they didn't miss a beat.. Gordon

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Maydreams27
Port Saint Lucie, FL
(Zone 9b)

July 22, 2007
2:11 PM

Post #3764993

MArk, SO far I a interested in the society. They mailed me two of their old newsletters and although a lot that is in there is foreign to me, I did find a cool letter from a fellow passi friend that I totall y related to. They do say with the 1 year membership you can recieve the magazine, I think 2 a year, acccess to their seed bank that has like 30 different types of seeds ( I already searched for pictures on the computer to find out which ones I want) and access to the annual meeting (Butterfly World does it 1 time every 2 years) to get seeds and cuttings galore. So far it sounds worth it.

If anyone has been to a meeting before, let me know, especially at Butterfly WORLD. If we leave with cuttings and stuff, should I go with ziplocks and labels in hand. i really don;t want to look like an idiot when I walk in there.

Flutter
Buttoneer
Carlisle, PA
(Zone 6b)

July 22, 2007
2:21 PM

Post #3765011

My passie took off this year. Will it hurt the siding on the house?

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Buttoneer
Carlisle, PA
(Zone 6b)

July 22, 2007
2:24 PM

Post #3765020

The last time I was a member (when the society just started up), we went to Fla for our vacation, members are allowed free admittance to butterfly world, Ron Boender gave me literally armloads of cuttings & bags of seeds and then told me about two guys who were growing them in Ft. lauderdale, so we went over there & saw those, too. It was like being in Heaven. Yes, I would take baggies, larger bags, wet paper towels, etc. He also sells the Passifloras in large containers.
Buttoneer
Carlisle, PA
(Zone 6b)

July 22, 2007
2:25 PM

Post #3765025

A closer up picture.

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Maydreams27
Port Saint Lucie, FL
(Zone 9b)

July 22, 2007
5:59 PM

Post #3765829

Buttoneer,
Hubby thinks if you let it grow so much it may cause trouble later. PAssis need the sun to grow so the suckers may go under the siding but can';t grow too much. However, if you ever remove the plant, it may pull off your siding. I think it looks dool though.Flutter
LouisianaMark
Baton Rouge, LA

July 22, 2007
10:01 PM

Post #3766584

Yes, I think those tendrils will eventually work their way underneath the siding, and guide the growing tips there. Its probably better to drape the growing tips down and around the trellis after they reach the top. Use some yarn to tie em down if they're ornery about it.

My Blue Eyed Susan surprised me with a bloom today--I wasn't expecting it until a couple of days from now. Didn't even see it until the afternoon, when our temps were well into the 90s. There was not a cloud in the sky today--I was outside for 5 minutes taking the pic and I came in dripping in sweat!

Mark

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LouisianaMark
Baton Rouge, LA

July 22, 2007
10:03 PM

Post #3766590

Here's an Incense bloom from today for comparison. They are both nice!

Mark

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Maydreams27
Port Saint Lucie, FL
(Zone 9b)

July 23, 2007
3:50 PM

Post #3768896

Gys and gals,

For you Passi folks, I just started a new thread to see if we can start a passi forum here in DG. Please shout out on that thread if you are interested.

http://davesgarden.com/forums/t/751464/

Flutter
MySharona
Amelia Island, FL
(Zone 9a)

July 23, 2007
11:27 PM

Post #3770773

Count me in!!

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Buttoneer
Carlisle, PA
(Zone 6b)

July 24, 2007
11:20 AM

Post #3772498

Me too!!!

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