Yellow Lilikoi (Passionfruit) Seeds
This listing is for freshly collected Maui Yellow Lilikoi SEEDS. Lilikoi is also known as Passionfruit (Passiflora edulis). Fresh seeds are collected from organically grown Maui Lilikoi fruit. Your seeds are carefully cleaned and wet packed in damp paper toweling inside sealed plastic baggies. Please choose your size seed pack at checkout (10, 25 or 100 Seeds).
These vines happily grow all over our Maui garden. Lilikoi vines love to climb up anything nearby, a tree or fencing. You can see several vines shading one side of our house in one of this listings photos. (All photos copyright Tamara Bockius/MauiSeeds.com)
Lilikoi is wonderful ingredient to add interest and a unique taste when used in sauces, jellies, or baked items.
Lilikoi is a very easy to grow tropical fruit vine. Please give Lilikoi seeds a good MONTH or two to germinate. Once they do sprout, they will take off (its a vine, acts differently than a bush) Lilikoi is a rambling vine and the seeds do not all germinate at the same time. Please give your Lilikoi full sun and keep warm and well watered. Better yet, read up on growing Lilikoi in your area. This plant grows rapidly once it is established. You can start all of your seeds in one communal container and transplant the faster growing seedlings to their own pots. Perhaps use a spoon to move them so you do not damage or touch the tiny roots.
Lilikoi vines do grow into an aggressive vine once they get going though, so please provide support/something nearby for your vine to grow up on, it will not harm the support plant/tree and you can trim it back as needed.
When in season, we also offer Purple Lilikoi and Jamaican Lilikoi if you are interested in all 3 types. Please find the link to listing for all types of our Maui Lilikoi (Yellow/Jamaican/Purple) here:https://mauiseeds.com/products/maui-lilikoi-seed-pack-3-types-jamaicanpurpleyellow
*Surprise samples are added to every order.
Please also see the Maui Lilikoi SOAP if you are looking for a unique gift.
All photos copyright Tamara Bockius/MauiSeeds.com
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