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Passiflora herbertiana – Native Passionfruit (seed)


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Passiflora herbertiana is an Australian native passionfruit species with beautiful flowers typical of the Passiflora genus. One of only 3-4 native species. Reports vary as to edibility, either way they have a strong, unusual smell! One site states the fruit are delicious, others that they possibly contain cyanogenic glycosides. Variation in the species is likely to be large.

A good online Passionflower resource, click here.

Care and Cultivation

Soak Passiflora herbertiana seeds overnight in warm water. Sow just below surface of seed raising mix and keep warm. Germinates between 2-8 weeks. Likes full sun to part shade. Needs a trellis, fence or tree to climb over.

20 seeds per packet


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