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Genus: Passiflora

Species: Flavicarpa

About:

About:

Passionfruit is a much-loved Aussie favourite that no garden should be without. Nurture a slice of the tropics in your own backyard with Panama Red. This passionfruit vine offers lush green foliage, eye-catching flowers and an abundance of red-skinned fruit. The large juicy fruit is sweeter than other traditional varieties and emits a tempting fragrance. The fruit is usually available six months after planting and will continue to thrive throughout the year. Panama Red is best suited to warmer climates and requires a sunny position, close to an upright structure such as a trellis or stake.

Growing:

Prefers full sun in a warm, protected position. Needs a minimum of 7 hours of full sun per day during summer. Fast growing in spring and summer, spreads to 2-3m on each side of plant.

Water:

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Requires good watering. Keep soil moist but not wet.

Soil:

 Well-drained fertile soil.

Maintenance:

Train young vines up a strong support. Remove dead foliage and cut back any side shoots that touch the ground. Responds to regular fertilising in spring and summer.

Genus: Passiflora

Species: Flavicarpa

About:

About:

Every home gardener should be growing passionfruit. This garden staple bears copious amounts of fruit with very little attention, is very pleasing to the eye and can be grown practically anywhere. Passionfruit Panama Gold produces lush green foliage and big golden skinned fruit with juicy, aromatic pulp. Best suited to warmer climates, Panama Gold needs to be planted in a sunny position and close to an upright structure such as a trellis or stake.

Grow in a warm sunny location in a protected position. Requires a minimum of 7 hours of
full sun per day during summer. Fast growing in spring
 and summer, spreads to 2-3m on each side of plant.

Growing:

Keep well watered until established. Water regularly during growing season.

Water:

Train young vines up a strong support. Remove dead foliage and cut back any side shoots
that touch the ground. Responds to regular fertilising in spring and summer.

Maintenance:

Prefers well drained soil and enjoys full sun.

Soil: