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Passionfruit vine... invasive roots?

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Hi all,
I have planted a panama passionfruit vine about 1 mt away from the above ground tap/sprinkler for the treatment type septic I have. Do you think that the roots will be an issue to the pipes?
Thank you for your help.
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BJ11 says...
Hi,
Passionfruit don't really have invasive roots. They don't 'break open' pipes or lift pavers (your septic should be fine). They are however, hungry plants and their roots spread a bit. Some will sucker, so you'll need to stop them popping up everywhere!
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Maz says...
That is great, thank you!
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