I came home from an amazing 3 weeks in New Zealand to find my passionfruit vine has gone from strength to strength and has now grown beyond the lattice!
Think it’s time to get the secateurs onto it!
This photo was taken on January 14th, not long after we transplanted Mr Passionfruit. I didn’t have much hope for him but fed and watered him none the less.
Look at him now! He’s made his way half way up the lattice in a matter of weeks! He’s getting a few bits of yellowing on his leaves but otherwise he’s a happy chappy. I’ll have to feed him again – he’s a hungry bugger! Typical boy! 😉
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