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A really exotic-looking plant, with large white flowers and central filaments of purple, blue and white from July to September, followed by egg-shaped, yellow fruits. The leaves are pretty, too; deeply lobed, dark green and glossy. This blue passion flower is a vigorous, trouble-free climber that thrives in hot summers and will quickly cover a sunny wall or fence. Ideal for a tropical planting scheme, it grows best at the base of a sheltered wall in full sun, although it will tolerate some shade.
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Prepare the Pots; Find several 4 inch pots. You will need one pot for each seed you will want to plant. Cover the drainage hole with a coffee filter or shard pieces and fill the pots with potting soil. Fill a tub with water and place the soil filled pots inside. Leave them soaking until the water is visible on top of the soil.
Sow the Seeds; Remove a seed from the bowl and place it on top of the soil. Press it down so the seed is against the soil, but not below the soil's surface. Passion flower seeds need light to germinate. Cover the pots with a sheet of plastic, or place the pot in a plastic bag. This will provide humidity and keep the soil from drying out.
Find a warm area for your pots. A heat mat works well for this, but if you don't have one, you'll need to find another warm area. The top of the refrigerator will work as long as it is not covered.
Patience; It can take a month or longer before the seeds sprout, so you need to have patience when germinating the passion flower seeds. While you are waiting for the plants to emerge, check the soil daily for moisture. Keep the soil moist, but not soggy or the seeds will rot.
Remove the plastic cover when the seeds have germinated. Continue to grow them in the same location, until the plants have their second set of leaves. When this happens, move the pots to a sunny location.