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Passiflora caerulea

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Common name: Passion Fruit Vine Extremely fast growing, with 3-4" flowers. Flowers are ornate, multi-colored, with a minty scent much like the fruit of the pineapple guava. Vines produce egg shaped orange fruits with deep red, edible pulp, although not as tasty as the purple passion fruit.   Passiflora makes a great container plant for the patio, house or conservatory.  When grown in containers regular pruning is required.    Size: 4" Potted Plant  Height: Size Dependent on pruning Spread: Size Dependent on Pruning Hardiness Zones: 8,9,10,11 Sunlight: Full Sun  Attributes: Attracts Butterflies, Bees and Hummingbirds

Passiflora Atropurpurea

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Common name: Passion Fruit Vine Atropurpurea is extremely fast growing, with 3-4" flowers. Flowers are ornate, deep rose-pink flowers with white coronas. This variety blooms all summer long in a warm part of the garden. If left outdoors it must be in a frost-free location. In early spring, remove any frost damaged growth then prune side shoots to about 6″(15cm) from the main framework.   Passiflora makes a great container plant for the patio, house or conservatory.  When grown in containers regular pruning is required.  Can be brought indoors for the winter months in colder zones.  Size: 2.5" Potted Plant  Height: Size Dependent on pruning. 10.0'-12.0'...

Passiflora 'Lavender Lady'

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Common name: Passion Fruit Vine 'Lady Lavender' is an exceptionally free flowering cultivar, with fragrant 3-4" flowers. Flowers are ornate, purple sepals and petals that fade to near white near their base. The flowers are topped by a corona of blue filaments that fade to white and then darken to deep burgundy at their base. This variety blooms all summer long in a warm part of the garden. If left outdoors it must be in a frost-free location. In early spring, remove any frost damaged growth then prune side shoots to about 6″(15cm) from the main framework.   Passiflora makes a great container plant for the patio,...

 

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