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Flor rojo intenso.


Encontrada en Cerro Uyuca.

1 Species ID Suggestions

SG in CR
SG in CR 4 years ago
Crimson passion flower
Passiflora vitifolia Passiflora vitifolia - Wikipedia

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SG in CR
SG in CR 4 years ago

Gilma, if you have only a single passion fruit plant it will rarely if ever produce fruit. It needs a second plant nearby for cross pollination. I had the same problem till I planted a few seeds in new spot and now they produce a fair amount of fruit. Though I've heard some people need to hand pollinate the flowers anyways due to lack of pollinating bees.

SarahWhitt 4 years ago

How BEAUTIFUL, Andrea!! Perhaps or another type of Passion Flower, mine does not give me any fruit. Butterflies love it.

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Francisco Morazán, Honduras

Spotted on May 2, 2016
Submitted on Jul 29, 2017

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