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  • n. Any of the genus Passiflora of passionflowers.


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  • And I'll trade a lot of the same with other passiflora enthusiasts.

    Jayme Lynn Blaschke's Gibberish

  • I may get lucky and sprout the next big thing in passiflora hybrids.

    Jayme Lynn Blaschke's Gibberish

  • I've got a decent collection of passiflora, and there's usually a run of a few weeks where people go simply nuts bidding on plants, along with a few weeks on either side of that where bidding isn't fevered, but still steady.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • One of the side effects of having an obsession with passiflora is that the plants serve as the sole food source for helliconia butterflies hey!

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Passiflora tenuiloba is a small, unassuming passiflora native to south and west Texas.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Once The Wife got home and we reviewed her shots they're here if you're curious I potted up some passion vines I'd gotten in trade, then cleared away a heck of a lot of passiflora vines from the front of the house that'd been denuded of vegetation by voracious caterpillars.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • And since passiflora have evolved to synthesize their own special brand of natural cyanide as a defense mechanism to keep from getting eaten the caterpillars have evolved to incorporate this cyanide into their own defense mechanisms.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Research has shown many active compounds in passiflora that lead to calming and sedating effects in the nervous system.

    The Source

  • Hope to see a shot of your passiflora on bloom day.

    Pretties For You « Fairegarden

  • My passiflora ‘Clear Sky’ has a big fat bud on it right now inside.

    Pretties For You « Fairegarden


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