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Characteristics of Passionfruit

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1 Characteristics
1.1 Type
Tropical
1.2 Season
All seasons
1.3 Varieties
Australian Purple, Common Purple, Kapoho Selection, Pratt Hybrid, University Selection No. B-74, Waimanalo Selection and Yee Selection
1.4 Seedless Variety
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1.5 Color
Purple, Yellow
1.6 Inside Color
Yellow
1.7 Shape
Oval
1.8 Texture
Juicy
1.9 Taste
Sweet, Tart
1.10 Origin
Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay
1.11 Grows on
Not Available
1.12 Cultivation
1.12.1 Soil Type
Sandy loam
1.12.2 Soil pH
6.5-7.5
1.12.3 Climatic Conditions
Frost free, Sunny, Warm

Passionfruit Varieties

There are certain characteristics of Passionfruit that make it distinct from the other fruits. Few examples are its shape, texture, taste, color, season, varieties and origin. Talking about varieties, Passionfruit is not available in just one form. Development in the field of horticulture has made it possible to consume this fruit in various forms without changing its characteristics. Some of the varieties include Australian Purple, Common Purple, Kapoho Selection, Pratt Hybrid, University Selection No. B-74, Waimanalo Selection and Yee Selection. Passionfruit varieties are not available in seedless form. The shape of this fruit is Oval and its textureis Juicy. Taste forms one of the important characteristics of fruits. Talking about Passionfruit, its taste is sweet and tart.

Passionfruit Color

Passionfruit color makes it even more attractive and hard to resist. Vitamin A and vitamin C are found in abundance in green color fruits. Folate, potassium, and vitamin C are often found in yellow color fruits. White, red, blue and purple color fruits generally contain potassium, vitamin A and vitamin C. Thus, color of this fruit helps in identifying its nutrient content. Passionfruits are available in shades of purple and yellow.

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