When you call it granadillo do you mean
passion fruit (botanical name passiflora?)
If this is correct let us know and we can help
you we market several kind of passfloras.
Good luck, Chris
Christopher Richards <Christopherr at btinternet.com> wrote in article
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> I brought home form work ( Sainsburys ) the other day some Grenadillo
> taken straight from the smashed fruit, planted some in rockwool cubes and
> some in moss peat, sand and pearlite mix ( the same as I have been using
> my Carnivorous Plants ) and they have germinated, they are now about 30mm
> high and seem to be growing well. I potted them up into 75mm pots and
> them in the conservatory which is East facing ( I live in Portsmouth UK
> Should I be doing anything special to keep them growing or should I carry
> treating them the same as I am now? also will they survive the winter in
> conservatory ( single glazed ) or should I bring them indoors?
> Can anyone help or point me in the direction of a webpage that can?
> Thanks in advance.