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Passifloras: Which passi is less invasive?

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BDunn
Sunset Beach, NC
(Zone 8a)

June 15, 2008
4:05 AM

Post #5105912

Would like to have a passi, but I'm concerned that I'll have too many volunteers. Is there one you'd recommend? Also, I'm in zone 8a and get some winter winds so I'm not sure which is most cold hardy.

Any help is appreciated!
jlp222
Hammond, LA
(Zone 8b)

June 15, 2008
4:33 AM

Post #5105975

The Maypop, which I believe is p. Incarnata is extremely invasive. I pull up new baby "weeds" from December - August.

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