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I do have a greenhouse and I know it's not optimal time, but I'd like to get one going so that by next spring I have a headstart.  Can you send me a PM?

Thanks

I donít have anything for sale now.

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Just saw some of these posted on the bay area tropical fruit growers page. What is the difference between quadrangularis and this quad ML?  And do you have any more cuttings available?

PQML = p. quadrangularis x p. decaisneana.  My vines are strong but it is not good time to root in Bay Area unless you have greenhouse and maintain the lowest temperature above 60F to root their cuttings.  Thatís why I donít sell them now.

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: First Flowers on Liliko Passion Fruit
« on: November 02, 2021, 08:34:53 AM »
You have to feed steer/chicken manures around the base of your vine 1/2 ft away from the trunk when the lowest temperature above 50F in spring.

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Tropical Fruit Discussion / Re: First Flowers on Liliko Passion Fruit
« on: November 01, 2021, 10:15:06 PM »
Kaz, your vine is passiflora quadrangularis.  Your vine is not strong to set fruits.  Your flowers are smaller and has slight color. 

It is too late to set fruits now.  If it sets fruitlets, the fruitlets will drop in winter.  You have to force it fruit around July and August.  The fruits will be ripe in October and November.  You can do it next year.   For pollination, you have to hand-pollinate the flowers.  You can use its own pollen or pollen of p. decaisneana, PQML, or P. alata.

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This is the picture of my PQML:

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It is easy to graft it on passion fruit vine.

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Please let me know your root cuttings and grafts.

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My cuttings arrived yesterday excellently packaged. Super impressed at how fresh they were. Thanks for the extras as well! Can't wait for these to take root!

Thanks again,

Peter
I cut, pack, and ship the cuttings in the same day.  Good luck with those cuttings. 

Hoang

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Of the 3 which would you recommend? I am interesteed in the PQML

also for rooting do you water root them or stick in soil

To me, PQML is the best of them.  You can root cuttings in water or in soil. 

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Update:  there is no more p. decaisneana and p. ligularis cuttings.

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I ordered cuttings from Hoang this past spring.  All the decaisneana rooted easily.  When the quadrangularis ML cuttings didnít make it due prolonged cooler weather and taking them off heat mats prematurely, Hoang was generous and sent me replacement cuttings.  Thank you so much Hoang, the PQML rooted and is now growing.

Janet

Thank you very much for the good words for me.

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Tropical Fruit Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: For Sale: White Sapote Cuttings
« on: August 31, 2021, 01:49:40 PM »
Kaz is a green thumb.  His stuffs are very good.

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Just thought I would share my experience with the P. Decaisneana cuttings from Phi last December.. They spent the winter rooting up. Put them out in the spring in a 6 gallon pot. They started flowering about a month ago now they look like this.





Wow, you get fruits in container.  You are better me.  Congratulation.

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You need to protect the passiflora quadrangularis in winter in Bay Area.

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Is p. decaisneana supposed to be self fertile? I have pollinated 6-8 flowers so far and none have set fruit.

Hi Val,

Congratulation you succeeded to root the cuttings.   Yes, it is self fertile.  You were not the first person to ask me this question.  Fruits mostly will drop if the vine is in container.  You have to put it in ground.  If the vine is the ground and not strong, fruit will not be set.

Hoang

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It's worth getting the cuttings as they root easily... and grow fast too.
Good Seller!

Kevin

Hi Kevin,

Thank you for putting a good word for me.  How are the cuttings you bought from me?

Hoang

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Do you have any seeds of passiflora decaisneana that you would be willing to sell?

Kevin is right.  If you grow from the seeds, it will take at least 2 years to see the first flowers.  Besides, the seeds of passiflora reduce germination success tremendously if the seeds are stored more than 3 months.

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I have passiflora quadrangularis ML (PQML) cuttings.  $2 per cutting ( minimum 5 cuttings of the total cuttings).  Shipping fee $9 priority mail only in U.S.

The vines are growing in San Jose, CA (9b).  If you are below 9b, you have to have a greenhouse; otherwise, they will die in winter.  For pollination, use its own pollen.  You can cross these passilforas together.  For grafting, you can graft them on other passifloras.

They are for exchange also if you have mature sapodilla.

update: there is no more p. decaisneana and p. ligularis cuttings/

Passiflora decaisneana pictures (flower, fruits)






Passiflora quadrangularis ML (PQML) pictures (flower and fruits)








Passiflora ligularis pictures ( flower and fruits)







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I just updated the ads.  I ran low on p. quadrangularis.  For medium priority flat rate box, it only applies to p. decaisneana.  I donít recommend the small priority flat rate box.  It is too small to hold 4 nodes of the cuttings. 

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I am growing PQ from Hoang and it grew well for me. Harvest a few dozens fruits last year while the vine was relatively small. The fruits are really tasty and I like eating the rind as well. Compared to regular passion fruits, it's a big plus since the entire fruit is edible.

Thank you very much for your information.  Unfortunately there arenít many people taste the fruits.  Yes, the fruits are sweet and tasty.  It is important to harvest the fruits at the right time.  I detected the fragrance of soursop.

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PM or email me a price for 10 Passiflora quadrangularis scions including shipping and I will send payment.
Thanks.

Kevin

Hi Kevin,

I PMed you.  Mine is not Passiflora Quadrangularis.  It is Passiflora Quadrangularis ML.

Thanks

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Hi All,

I am sorry for late response.  I didn't get the notification to my email.  I accidentally visited the site and saw many messages in my account.  I will reply one by one.


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I am going to trim my vines.  I put them on sale here.

Passiflora decaisneana (P. quadrangularis X P. alata): $1 per cutting (3 nodes) + shipping (minimun 5 cuttings)
Passiflora quadrangularis ML (P. quadrangularis X P. decaisneana) : $2 per cutting (3 nodes) + shipping (minimun 5 cuttings)

First class mail shipping charge = $6.00
For flat rate Priority mail (only apply to p. decaisneana, not PQML) just pay me 2x.  I will put as much as cuttings inside the box.  For example, $15.50 is priority mail for medium box.  Pay me $31  I put as much as cuttings to fill up the box.

The vines are growing in San Jose, CA (9b).  If you are below 9b, you have to have a greenhouse; otherwise, they will die in winter.  For pollination, use its own pollen.  You can cross these two passilforas together.  For grafting, you can graft them on other passifloras. 

Note: P. quadrangularis ML is a new variety.  The taste is the same as P. decaisneana but the fruit is 3x bigger.

Passiflora decaisneana pictures (flower, fruits)








Passiflora quadrangularis ML (PQML) pictures (flower and fruits)










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This was side veneer, which worked well for my passion fruit vines.

I used cleft graft on my vine.

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Hi Beicadad,
The wood covered the upper graft.  I could not see the square stem of P. decaisneana.  I hope you will fruit P. quadrangularis ML (PQML).   It is better than P. quadrangularis.

If you look at the first pic, you can see the edge of the P. decaisneana above the graft union.

Thank you very much for the pictures.  Is it the cleft graft you used?

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Hi Beicadad,
The wood covered the upper graft.  I could not see the square stem of P. decaisneana.  I hope you will fruit P. quadrangularis ML (PQML).   It is better than P. quadrangularis.

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