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hardiness?

Post by seb51 on Mon Oct 18, 2010 7:22 pm

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bonjour, tout le monde,

ayant une petite collection de passiflores, éspèces et hybrides confondus, je suis très intéressé par l'hybridation et je fais quelques essais.
Je voudrais le plus d'information sur ces dernières dont la rusticité.

ici ma liste de passiflores.

hi everybody,

I have a smalll collection of passionflowers, species and hybrids included.
I am very interesed in hybridizing and I am currently doing some tests.
I would like more information on the plants I have, including hardiness.

Here is my list of passiflora.

decaisneana +5°c
rail road
sp decaloba peru
connor cailean
purple haze
citrina +5°c
pink festival
gritensis
wilgen k. verhoeff
cincinatta
sanguinolenta
ligularis
édulis
édulis flavicarpa
misera
misera MP
misera soreteme 2
loefgrenii corupa
constance eliott -15°c
incarnata -10°c
incarnata smithville -10°c
incarnata st menoux -10°c
star of clevedon -8°c
star of surbiton -8°c
amethyst -8°c
chocoensis
laurifolia sp
eric or erik
white mirror
suberosa
adenia gumigera
foetida
foetida jonathan
echleriana
racemosa x tenuifila
racemosa
racemosa sp 25
racemosa buzios
reflexiflora
B 2003
caerulea -15°c
caerulea chinensis -15°c
caerulea E.Kugler -15°c
caerulea wild -15°c
clear sky -15°c
jorulensis
lady margaret
belotii (impératrice eugénie) +5°c
tasco 2
blue bride
herbertiana
biflora
amesthyna
talamacensis
molissima
tulae
incense
pur vida 1
golden glow
subpeltata +1°c

thanks.
sébastien.
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Re: hardiness?

Post by shawn.mattison on Wed Oct 20, 2010 5:33 am

Hi Sebastien. Very impressive list!

Maurizio Vecchia has a great resource for hardiness:

http://www.passiflora.it/temperatureminime.htm

I have found most of my plants to have similar minimum temperatures, with a few exceptions. One notable one is P. x belotii which can tolerate -4 or -5 C.

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