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Beautiful exotic fruit that is easy to grow. You won't find these in your local supermarket! Click on the pictures for more details.

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Actinia
Passiflora Actinia
Passionflower

£1.70 for 15 seeds

This variety from Brazil is in leaf all year, it flowers from June to September, and the edible fruit ripen from September to November. The flowers are hermaphrodite and are pollinated by insects. The plant prefers light to medium (sandy / loamy) well-drained acid, neutral soil Requires direct sun and cannot grow in the shade. Will tolerate light frosts but prefers to be frost free over winter.

Alata
Passiflora Alata
Fragrant Granadilla

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Vigorous passion fruit climbing vine that grows well from seed. It produces beautiful and fragrant flowers in its second year and can also produce very large delicious passion fruit following a good summer. Will tolerate light frosts but prefers to be frost free over winter.

Passion Flower
Passiflora Caerulea
Blue Passionflower

£1.70 for 15 seeds

Deservedly popular evergreen to semi-evergreen passion fruit vine that produces a stunning display of exotic looking flowers throughout summer and autumn. In a good summer it will also produce ornamental orange passion fruit. For best flowering performance train up a south or east facing wall or fence. Reliably hardy if it doesn't get waterlogged.

Passion fruit Vine
Passiflora Edulis
Passion Fruit Vine

£1.70 for 15 seeds

The Passion Fruit vine is a perennial, climbing by means of tendrils, with evergreen leaves that are finely toothed, deep-green and glossy above, paler and dull beneath. A single, fragrant flower, 5-7cm wide, is borne at each node on new growth. The nearly round fruit, 4-7cm wide, has a tough, smooth, waxy rind, ranging in colour from dark purple to light yellow.

Passion fruit Vine
Passiflora Ligularis
Sweet Granadilla

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From Mexico to Bolivia cultivated for its sweet yellow to purplish fruits. Vining to 14' with leaves broadly ovate to 6" with 4" flowers greenish white with petals white or tinged pink.

Passion fruit Vine
Passiflora Maliformis
West Indian Passionflower or Sweet Calabash

£1.70 for 15 seeds

This species is native and common in the Caribbean. The fruit, whether leathery or hard-shelled, is difficult to open but the seedy pulp is much enjoyed locally. In Jamaica, it is scooped from the shell and served with wine and sugar. The strained juice is excellent for making cold drinks.

Passion fruit Vine
Passiflora Mollissima
Banana Passionfruit

£1.70 for 15 seeds

Usually found in the Andes, Vines usually produce by the second year and can yield up to 300 fruits a vine when in full production. Beautiful red-pink flowers are borne at the ends of a long stalk. Flowers may attract hummingbirds. Fruits can ripen year round.

Passion fruit Vine
Passiflora Quadrangularis
Giant Granadilla

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One of the more beautiful of the passionflowers with its ringed oval white sepals, reddish petals and a centre crown with 5 rows of numerous white and purple rays. The flowers are fragrant. It is a robust climber with winged stems and oval leaves. Known for its very large fruits.

Giant Gooseberry
Physalis Peruviana
Giant Cape Gooseberry

£1.60 for 20 seeds

 

This native of South America specifically Peru and Chile is larger than the common "ground cherry" with fruit up to 2cm. The delicious yellow fruit grow inside paper-like husks that are easy to peel. They are great dipped in melted chocolate.
Gooseberry
Physalis Pruinosa
Dwarf Cape Gooseberry

£1.60 for 20 seeds

An easy exotic fruit that is cultivated like a tomato. The bright yellow/orange fruit is produced inside papery husks that protect them from pests! Eat raw, dried, preserved or cooked. The tangy tart/sweet flavour creates a wonderful contrast when dipped in dark chocolate. The husk must be removed before eating. Grow two plants for best pollination.

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