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   Jul 11

The flower power of a Calamondin

My little Calamondin tree is covered in small white star-shaped flowers right now! They have a wonderful fragrance, the scent is more pronounced in the evening but I can even sniff it during the day in full sunshine. On a different note, my seeds from Passiflora incarnata are soaking in water right now and are [...]

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   Jul 01

More passion!

Last week I received my greatly anticipated package from Georgia Vines. About two weeks after I had placed my order I found a tattered package in my mailbox. In it were the seeds of Passiflora Incarnata, or Maypop. The Maypop is a Passiflora with edible fruit native to the southern parts of the US. As [...]

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