Gardening Questions And Answers
Root Rot. Purple passion plants react badly to overwatering, developing root rot that interfere with the circulation of moisture and nutrients to the foliage. Rot can turn the roots and root crown, or the top of the roots, dark and slimy while the foliage develops brown spots or patches and becomes distorted or curled.
Keep these hungry vines weed free, well watered (especially when there’s little rain) and fed from spring to autumn. After feeding in spring, spread organic mulch such as compost or aged cow manure 2 to 3 centimetres deep. Don’t let it build up against the stem and don’t dig it in as this may encourage […]
Place the purple passion plant in bright to moderate light, but don’t allow direct sunlight to reach the leaves. Brighter light intensifies the purple color of purple passion plant. Purple passion houseplants prefer a cool location; optimum temperatures for the purple passion plant are 60 to 70 degrees F.
Place the purple passion plant in bright to moderate light, but don’t allow direct sunlight to reach the leaves. Brighter light intensifies the purple color of purple passion plant. Purple passion houseplants prefer a cool location; optimum temperatures for the purple passion plant are 60 to 70 degrees F. (16-21 C.).
Being found in the tropical regions of China, these plants require a high level of humidity. Somewhere between 40 and 60 percent is ideal. The most common ways of making sure that the humidity is high enough would be to put your Purple Passion plant near a humidifier or to simply mist the leaves on […]
Literally pinch off the tiny leaves at the stem tips between finger and thumb. The plant will replace each tip with a new pair of stems, and the proliferation of new branches will keep it bushy. Purple passion plants are happy in ordinary house conditions. They do like the soil in the pot to stay […]
Passion flower winter care can include regular watering and keeping them active throughout the season, or passion flower vine wintering can include a period of dormancy. If you allow the plant to go dormant, you will want to keep it in a dark, dry, cool place. It will lose its leaves over the winter months […]
Age: Passion flowers don’t always bloom right away. Many species need several years to establish a solid root system before they begin to set blooms. Check your passion flower during the day to make sure it gets at least eight hours of direct sunlight; otherwise, it may never bloom or bloom only sparsely when it […]