Passiflora aurantia – Native Passionfruit (seed)
Passiflora aurantia is an Australian native passionfruit species with beautiful orange flowers (aurantius meaning orange coloured). Found in the eastern parts of Queensland and north-eastern NSW, and also in PNG, Malaysia and some of the Pacific Islands. Fruit is inedible. Probably of use for passionfruit breeding or use as a grafting stock as it is a dought hardy species.
Care and Cultivation of Passiflora aurantia
Passiflora aurantia seeds may need smoke treatment, heat or boiling water treatment to germinate. Sow seeds just under the surface of a good quality seed raising mix in part shade to full sun and keep moist until germination. Needs a trellis, fence or tree to climb over.
10 seeds per packet