I can't find the link! Hello anyway! Hope you're having a lovely summer, it's sunny today hooray!Kimx
Thanks Kim, I think I have rectified the problem now.
Hi Ruth,Many thanks for visiting my blog and for your comment.I'm not sure if I can be of much help regarding your Passion Flower.....Mine is a rampant variety and stretches for several meters, with masses of flowers for many months. Very few of these seem to develop into fruits though and the ones that do are small and orange. (I always thought passion fruits were green knobbly things!) When you open them up, they are sort of fibrous and don't look good enough to eat - even my chickens refuse them - normally they will eat anything!! So I am thinking that perhaps yours is a different variety to mine (?), or perhaps the climate in Hampshire is a little more favourable! Sorry not to have been of more help!Hope business is good and that you are enjoying the summer,Niki :-))
Hello again Ruth,I've just received a comment on my blog this evening, regarding Passion Flowers - its from Lorilee, if you would care to take a look, it may be the answer you were looking for.Niki