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    Can you get me a cutting and give it to me and pay for shipping... please, please, please... lol J/K

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    ahaha. I get it. ha...

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    Hi,

    I have a Passiflora incarnata that I winter over outdoors each winter. It always looks very nice when it returns from the roots in the spring and flowers very heavily in the summer. It's not back yet this year though...too cold of a spring thus far.
    Bye for now.

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    P.S. I tried using HTML earlier to post a pic and it wasn't accepted. Did I mis doing something? Thanks.
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    Hi Indy

    Does your incarnata bear fruit? I got two tiny fruit off of two small vines (grown from seed). They were quite tasty. But so far this year the vine is still very small (cool weather here as well). Luckily my p. edulis is loaded with flower buds (for the first time) so I'm hoping to get lots of flowers and good fruit.

    As for the pic, you have to use a certain structure to post a pic:

    {img}your server address/filename.jpg{/img}

    only replace the face brackets with square brackets ... [ ]

    Someone else might be able to explain it better.

    Suzanne

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    Hi Suzanne,

    Yeah, it bears a ton of fruit. Each flower turns into a little green ball about 1" in diameter, but I've cut them open before and after our last frost and guess what...they are completely empty! That's right all they contain is air. No pulp, no meaty fruit, not a drop of juice, only air! I can't figure it out. So, I guess I just have to be happy with the flowers. Which are breath-taking all on their own.
    The code I'm used to using is {img src="your server address/filename.jpg"}. Only replace { with <. I'll do some experimenting and preview a post before posting it to be sure it shows up.
    Thanks.
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    I G, use the format Suzanne described above. That's what works in this forum.

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    I was surprised to see this topic because I, too, got a Passiflora a few days ago and I love it! It's 6 feet from top to bottom! And awesome blue blooms.

    Chris

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