Hi All, Forgive the long story. I purchased the Passiflora Incensa from Logee's in the spring, not only because of the huge cool flowers but because I wanted to use the fruit. Unfortunately, the vine grew like "a vine"....all the way up the side of the chimney all year long, till it reached the top. Yet not a bud or flower in sight. I had the same thing happen before- bought a Passiflora from same company, had it two years straight (brought it in in the winter), not a single bloom. Well on to my question: Disappointed yet again, after waiting another year- I brought the vine inside for the winter. But this time, BOOM! within an hour it went from thriving to wilted on the verge of death. This is probably my fault- I had had trouble getting the plant out by the roots, it had grown under the brick chimney, so I only had a small root section I could dig out. Not knowing what to do, I cut the last foot of the vine off and stuck it in a glass of water. It recovered! Yet even though I soaked the pot the rest of the vine was in, it continued to deteriorate. I noticed the cut off end of the vine was hollow, like a tube or straw. On insane inspiration, I took the free end of the 19 foot vine attached to the pot and stuck IT in a glass of water, thinking maybe it could suck up water backwards. Half of it (the upper half) recovered! Yet the lower half toward the pot continued to wilt, then dropped all its leaves. I now have a 19 foot Passiflora vine, one end in a pot, the other end in a glass of water (picture a giant upside-down "U") and what appeared to be half the plant alive. And its "head" sitting in a glass of water in the kitchen. All still alive, but clearly dying by degrees. Obviously I don't want to disturb the roots further, so I am stuck without any options. Meanwhile, BOTH the vine in the glass and the vine end in the cup, appear to be gradually wilting away. I can almost hear the slowing heartbeat of the hospital monitor. What can I do to save this plant!??? I am at my wits end.........thanks for any advice. JeffPas ------ BTW- If you have anything to say, say it fast. I honestly don't think this plant will survive the day in this situation, 2 tops. Something needs to change in its treatment! The Grim Reaper is closing in.