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Passion Fruit
updated: Nov 06, 2012, 4:56 PM

Where can I buy Passion Fruit from a local farmer? I would like to buy a box. I know they are grown in Carpinteria but the farmer I contacted is sold out. Thanks.


Places People Are Talking About:

Farmer's MarketGladden & SonsGoodland Organics
Mesa ProduceTri County Produce

What People Are Saying:

 COMMENT 339959 agree helpful negative off topic

2012-11-06 06:01 PM

we had them, but the season is over by a month

 

 COMMENT 339966 agree helpful negative off topic

2012-11-06 06:38 PM

Try Mesa Produce, Tri County Produce or the Farmer's Market.

 

 COMMENT 340002 agree helpful negative off topic

2012-11-06 09:20 PM

959, can they be grown here? If so, will they grow well in planters?

 

 COMMENT 340013P agree helpful negative off topic

2012-11-06 11:18 PM

Just bought some at Gladden & Sons on Hollister.

 

 COMMENT 340030 agree helpful negative off topic

2012-11-07 07:09 AM

Our passion fruit is going bonkers on the Westside. Bumper crop this year: lots of passion fruit margaritas and sorbet.

 

 COMMENT 340045 agree helpful negative off topic

2012-11-07 08:07 AM

959 here, we got at least 2 5g buckets of passion fruit off one plant. But not all years have they done that well.

We let the plants grown on fences and they do just fine. So yes they grow here. In a container? Can't help you, ours are in the ground.

I used to make frozen juice cubes to add as flavoring or use the whole fruit to make jam, it is not a quick process.

 

 COMMENT 340069 agree helpful negative off topic

2012-11-07 09:15 AM

Check the farmers' markets. Goodland Organics sometimes has them, as does a few other random other growers, but yes the season is almost done. Lazy Acres usually has some from somewhere but they are always expensive there.

 

 COMMENT 340306P agree helpful negative off topic

2012-11-07 03:53 PM

Gladden & Sons next to the water store in Goleta/Hollister Ave. had a display today. Local, pesticide free.

 

 

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