Passion Flower Container Care: How To Grow Passion Fruit Vines In Pots

By Liz Baessler Passion flowers are truly remarkable. Their blooms can pass in as little as a day, but while they’re around, they’re outstanding. And with certain varieties, they are followed by the incomparable passion fruit. Passion flowers are native to South America and only the hardiest cultivars can survive winters as cold as USDA zone 6. Because of this, many people choose to grow passion fruit vines in pots that can be moved indoors during the cold months. Keep reading for information on caring for passion flowers in pots. Container Grown Passion Flowers Passion fruit vines need very large containers. If you’re transplanting, choose a container that’s two to three times the size of your current one. Fill your container with well-draining, nutrient rich potting material. Passion fruit vines are fantastic growers and climbers, often gaining 15-20 feet (4.5-6m) of length in a single year. This means it’s essential

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