How To Grow Passion Fruit - The Passion Flower

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The passion fruit plant, also called passion fruit or flower, it can be purely decorative or medicinal due to its great nutritional properties. It is composed mainly of water, but it also contains a huge amount of carbohydrates, so it provides a high caloric level. Learn to cultivate it in your garden.

Steps to follow

Place the passion plant a little away from other plants, since its roots tend to spread quite a bit throughout the land.

Choose a site that is not too sunny and contains soil with plant nutrients.

You can use the passionflower to decorate walls, bars, terraces or gazebos, since passion fruit is a vine that can reach up to 9 meters in height.

Keep the soil very moist, I give it often but avoid waterlogging.

During the hottest months, spray the plant with water every ten days so it doesn't dry out.

Please note that you can use the flower to decorate and that its fruits ripen in late summer and early autumn. Remember that its fruit is edible but not abused, since its intake can cause dizziness, toxic effects or hallucinations.

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