How can I tell the difference between male and female passion fruits?
Shoshana on Mar 09, 2017Is your issue that your passion fruit are not producing fruit? Passion fruits have both male and female parts so they should self-pollinate. It't possible though that they need bees to help along the way and if you don't have bees in your area you might need to pollinate yourself.Helpful Reply
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