Passionfruit is delicious and should be pretty easy to grow in my zone 9A Garden here in Northeast Florida. We didn’t have a chance this year to build the trellis we want for the passionfruit so in this video I show you how we worked it out using cattle panels and grow bags.
If you’re growing passion fruit and have any tips you’d like to share with me I would love to hear them.
A little research on Passion fruit growing yielded these tips:
If you’re looking for a delicious and exotic fruit to add to your garden, passionfruit is a great choice. Passionfruit is relatively easy to grow, and with a little care, you can enjoy a bountiful harvest.
Choose a sunny spot in your garden for planting. Passionfruit vines need plenty of sunshine to produce fruit, so make sure they get at least six hours of direct sunlight each day.
Passionfruit vines are climbing plants, so they will need some support to grow on. Trellises, fences, or even tree branches can provide the perfect structure for them to climb.
When planting passionfruit vines, be sure to leave enough space between each plant. They can grow up to 50 feet in length or more, so give them room to spread out.
Keep an eye on the soil moisture levels and water regularly. passionfruit vines are drought-tolerant, but they will produce more fruit if they receive consistent watering.
Finally, fertilize passionfruit vines every few weeks during the growing season. This will help them produce more fruit. With a little TLC, passionfruit vines will thrive!
I purchased the grow bags from Amazon and they are 30-gallon fabric grow bags. I like this particular grow bag because the handles are made of a webbed material and I expect they will hold up longer than the handles that are made from the same fabric as the pot.
Vivosun grow bag on Amazon
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