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Old 07-19-2009, 02:31 PM
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Originally Posted by ioneoskay View Post
Oh my god, after seeing them take over a whole yard so bad the last people that lived there actually had to try to burn them out I see nothing good about a passion fruit plant unless you keep it in a small confined area. They climed our trees and the neighbor's trees, the garage, fences, everywhere.

Be careful so they don't get out of hand like they do here in California
They will grow really well anywhere, but the reason they are so rampant in CA is because of the year-round growing season. Where there is winter weather, they aren't quite as rampant (they die to the ground with the first frost). They work best in the middle of a lawn by themselves, on an arbor or tuteur or something like that.
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