You probably remember my gushing over the Passiflora 'Sunburst' with it's fabulous orange flowers and interesting foliage.
It's not hardy here in Portland so I dug it up and over-wintered it in the basement during the winter of 2014/15. That was a success so naturally I did it again last fall. That's it in the black container...
I knew it was still alive because there was this green leaf.
And if you follow the long stem (with that single green leaf) out further – beginning at the orange circle on the left and ending at the orange circle on the right – you can see there are even more green leaves.
Blurry, but you can clearly see...leaves! Happy plant.
But! Holy heck! What's that...up there above the lights?!
When did this happen? An entirely new branch has been creeping along the ceiling and I didn't even notice.
Clearly this plant can't wait to get back outside and start growing. Yay!
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