Passionflower and its fruit, the host plant to the Gulf Fritillary and Zebra Longwing, on the San Antonio Riverwalk

Passionflower and its fruit, the host plant to the Gulf Fritillary and Zebra Longwing, on the San Antonio Riverwalk

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  1. Kai
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    Can you eat the fruit shown above? The passion fruit.

    • Monika Maeckle
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      Yes. It’s mostly air and seeds, and honestly is more of an ornamental-but-edible addition to salads, smoothies or whatever. Gotta be a lot of fiber in there with all those seeds! The color is stellar. –MM

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