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Gulf Fritillary Catipillars they only feed on the passion vine

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The Julia caterpillars eat passion vine, and the butterflies pollinate flowers.


Most likely a gulf fritillary. Was it eating a passion vine?


The Caterpillar and the butterfly will eat the leaves and fruit of the passion fruit vine. This destroys the vine, causing it to die.


The Gulf fritillary eats the leaves and flowers of the passion vine. This is a host plant for this particular type of butterfly, which is bright orange in color.


The passion fruit grows on a vine and has flowers. As well as Kiwi and Grapes.


Other names for passionflower include maypop, granadilla, passion vine, and apricot vine.


the Passion-vine butterfly is one!


There are different kinds of caterpillars in Iowa that eat grass. Some of the common ones include hop vine borers and the wooly bear caterpillars among others.


As a Passion Flower is a vigorous type of vine it will reach almost any height and is only limited by the support.


Yes it is, but it could grow inside if it has sunshine, nutrients, and space


The vine is called a balsam apple. The fruit and seeds may be toxic.



Yes, they do. The vines are usually think and dark green.


"T" trellis or 2 strand, much the same as grape vine trellis.



Passion fruit is a 12 letter fruit that grows on a vine. It is native to Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina.


Passiflora edulis is a vine plant that is native to Brazil, Paraguay and northern Argentina. Its common name is passion fruit and purple granadilla. It is commercially produced in tropical and subtropical areas. It can grow in Australia, but it does not originate from there,.


It's called a Trumpet Vine. It grows very vigorous and can be invasive, even growing up from your grass. It is pretty and attracts butterflys.


from the Spanish conquistadors who over-ran Mexico and Peru in the sixteenth century. In the flowers of the vine, they saw various symbols of the Passion of Christ


It takes about 3 years for the vine to fruit. Also, it does not pollinate by wind or by shaking. The flowers are much too sticky. You can hand pollinate though. Hope this helped. Good luck


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You can reap the fruits either green or red. Once they get sufficiently big, they can be picked green and ripened off the vine in a dark cool location or make fried green tomatoes, or they can be allowed to turn red and ripen on the vine. The best flavor will be realized when allowed to ripen on the vine.


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Maybe a passion flower? There are many species of Passiflora which produce fruit, most of it edible and green. Passiflora incarnata is native to the southeastern United States and has purple and white pretty flowers. In many locations, there will be fruit on this vine too.



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