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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]Does anyone know if any are hardy to zone 7.
    in response to your... statement... (lol) P. incarnata is
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    Yep P. Incarnata appears to be your best bet. P. lutea is another hardy plant. I won't be able to take cuttings of my cuttings for a few months. Though I have P. Incarnata, P Foetida var Arizonica P. Amethystina, P. coriacea and P. Sunburst Hybrid. Like I said I won't be able to take cuttings though for a while.

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    I grow two species P. caerulea and I think incarnata. I will soon have the native species though.

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    Well anyway mine are blue and red respectivly and I will have the native white one. I hope to get some others but I will have to find them. If anyone is willing to trade pm me.

    My blue one does not flower much but the red flowers from september until frost (Dec. 21st usually)

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    whoa! incarnata? red?
    I only know the name of one red one... maybe it's coccinea?
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    https://www.highspeedplus.com/~harbo...0incarnata.jpg
    Is the one I have. It says it is incarnata

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    lol that is NOT incarnata.
    http://www.kammlott.net/Passifloraincarnata.jpg
    that's incarnata.... although I think most incarnatas are a little less purple and more white.
    What you have is coccinea.
    edit: guess not... the leaves don't look right.
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