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Passion fruit doesn't look like passion fruit

 
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So i planted a passion fruit straight from seeds plucked from a passion fruit.  It doesn't look like passion fruit and isn't acting like a vine at all. I don't know what it is or why it's like that. It is new soil and the seeds came straight from the fruit.  Any help?
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Those look about right (healthy too). It takes a while before the compound leaves appear and the climbing habit starts. Keep doing whatever it is that you're doing, as it seems to be working.
 
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