• Jamaican Lilikoi (Passiflora laurifolia) Seeds

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    This listing is for 10+ (TEN) freshly collected, grown in our Maui Garden, Jamaican Lilikoi SEEDS.  Passiflora laurifolia is also known simply as Passionfruit or 'WaterLemon'.  Offered in packs of 10+ fresh seeds wet packed in damp paper toweling inside sealed plastic baggies.   Larger/Bulk seed packets offered when available.  We ship this seed wet packed, please see the listing variation if you would like to order these seeds dried out.  The wet packed seeds will germinate (if kept 75-85 degrees + damp) in about 1 to 2+ MONTHS.  The dried seeds will go dormant and will take closer to 9 months to germinate if dried out.  Please be aware of this if you would like to order your seeds shipped dried.
    All of the seeds offered are Maui sourced and will arrive with a USDA inspection stamp on package.
     We carefully package our home garden grown Jamaican Lilikoi seeds in damp paper toweling in a plastic baggie. You may germinate your seeds indoors inside of a plastic baggies that they arrive in or plant your seeds directly in a container of good potting soil (perhaps try both methods).   Lilikoi seeds normally can take anywhere from 1 to 2+ months before they germinate.  PLEASE NOTE THAT LILIKOI IS A TROPICAL VINE.  IT MUST BE KEPT 75-85 degrees at all times.   Like many vines, the seeds will germinate at different times.  You will see some seeds sprout first, not all at once.  Continue to keep warm and evenly water.  Lilikoi is a tropical vine and will need tropical conditions to thrive.  
    Please note that written growing instructions, 'tips' or extensive communications about how to grow these seeds is not offered with or after you receive your live seeds safely.  Please plan on researching this (any) plant that you plan on growing in your particular area/garden.   
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