Passionfruit Passiflora herbertiana RARE Australian Native | X 10 Seeds (NOT TO WA)
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Common Name: Passionfruit Passiflora herbertiana
Scientific Name: Passiflora herbertiana
Life Cycle: Evergreen
Remarks: A rare passion fruit native to Australia. Fruits are green-skinned, white fleshed, with an unknown edible rating. Some sources list the fruit as edible, sweet and tasty, while others list the fruits as being bitter and inedible.
Fast-growing vine, preferring subtropical, moist conditions, though it seems to grow quite well in slightly more arid climates. Flower occurs in spring, followed by fruits ripening 3-4 months later.
Plant Height: 3m
When To Sow: Spring + Autumn is best, but can sow all year round.
Photo credit: Sarah Glendenning
Note: Unfortunately we cannot ship to WA
When to Sow in your climate
The below is a guide on which months to sow based on your climate