Passiflora Caerulea Problems

Discussion in 'Vines and Climbers' started by JimiGoremode, Apr 18, 2009.

  1. JimiGoremode

    JimiGoremode Member

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    I successfully transpanted some cuttings of my neighbors passion vine and I am having some problems with them. Some of them are pretty healthy looking, but others aren't growing as much if at all. Also, the quail in my area are eating the young growth. Is there something that I can spray on them that will keep them from eating it? Something that is possibly organic and won't harm the plant itself?

    I live in Arizona's zone 7. My neighbors vine is very healthy and grows like crazy. Please help me.

    Jim
     
  2. K Baron

    K Baron Well-Known Member

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    You can spray egg yolk mixed with soda and water... or cage of the saplings untill vigorous enough to climb up higher than the Quail.....
     
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    theredben Active Member

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    JimiGoremode - Regarding your passionflower problems, they like a fast draining soil, and can benefit from full sun, and some fertilization to keep the growth looking its best.
     
  4. JimiGoremode

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    Thanks, I will give it a whirl.
     

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