passion flower vine - Knowledgebase Question

Dalton, Ma
Question by lauriemosels
December 23, 2009
i have a lady lavander passion flower vine i bought over a year ago. i have it inside for the winter. it isnt looking so good. the leaves are drying and falling off. unfortunately im in an apartment that gets no direct sun to put it in. what can i do to help it or is it just going to sleep for the winter? thank you

Answer from NGA
December 23, 2009


The changes in light levels and temperatures are probably what is causing your passion flower vine to show signs of stress. I'd prune it back by about one half and set it in the brightest location possible (or purchase a Gro Light). Water thoroughly and then allow the top half inch of soil to dry out before watering again. Although your plant probably won't flower while it is indoors, it should continue to grow new stems and leaves. Hope this information helps!

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