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Passiflora sp., Passion Flower

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Passiflora miniata
 Passiflora sp.
Family: Passifloraceae
Passion Flower
Vine or creeperFull sunSemi-shadeModerate waterPink flowersBlue/lavender/purple flowersRed/crimson/vinous flowersAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsInvasiveSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

Passiflora is one of the most impressive, fast growing and easiest tropical vines. If you need to cover a fence, this plant will do it in no time. The ability of these plants to cope with conditions far from their optimum is extraordinary. Passiflora has one of the most beautiful flowers. Hundreds of new hybrids present a wide range of color and flower shape. The complex flower symbolizes the Passion of Christ. Passiflora is a very popular indoor plant due to its ability to withstand a wide range of conditions, it will take both sun and shade, and some drought. Most passion flowers, whether young seedlings or mature adult plants, will benefit from supplementary lighting if indoors over the winter months. If light levels are low, heating the soil is more important than the air. Water sparingly from below and put a thin layer of sand over the soil. Don't fertilise and use free-draining soil to avoid root rot. New hybrids must be grown from seed of the parental cross, which will be more variable than species seed, possibly with the plant taking more characteristics of the female flower and the male foliage. The best seedlings of hybrids can be named and then cuttings taken to perpetuate them. If you grow a plant from hybrid seed it may flower within a few months.

Species and varieties:

Passiflora alata

Passiflora Amethyst

Passiflora Blue Velvet

Passiflora caerulea

Passiflora citrina

Passiflora coccinea

Passiflora colinvauxii

Passiflora coriacea

Passiflora edulis

Passiflora foetida

Passiflora 'Incense'

Passiflora 'Lady Margaret'

Passiflora laurifolia

Passiflora manicata

Passiflora miniata

Passiflora mixta

Passiflora nitida

Passiflora organensis

Passiflora quadrangularis

Passiflora piresii

Passiflora racemosa

Passiflora rubra

Passiflora serratifolia

Passiflora spinosa

Passiflora vitifolia


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Passiflora sp., Passion Flower

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Passiflora from Ecuador, Pastaza, Mera, Río Alpayacu.
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Passiflora sp., Passion Flower

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Passiflora organensis
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This species is closely related to Passiflora tripartita mollissima
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Passiflora citrina
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Passiflora serratifolia
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Passiflora miniata
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Passiflora spinosa
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Passiflora citrina
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Passiflora sp., Passion Flower

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Passiflora sp., Passion Flower

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Passiflora sp., Passion Flower

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Passiflora sp., Passion Flower

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Passiflora sp., Passion Flower

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Passiflora miniata
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Passiflora coriacea
Passiflora sp., Passion Flower

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Passiflora coccinea
Passiflora sp., Passion Flower

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p.x Allardi or p.x Belotti
Passiflora sp., Passion Flower

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Passiflora sp., Passion Flower

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Passiflora sp., Passion Flower

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Passiflora sp., Passion Flower

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Passiflora laurifolia
Passiflora sp., Passion Flower

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Passiflora citrina
Passiflora sp., Passion Flower

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Passiflora mixta

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Passiflora sp., Passion Flower

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Passiflora from Ecuador, Pastaza, Mera, Río Alpayacu.
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Passiflora sp., Passion Flower

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Passiflora sp., Passion Flower

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Passiflora Blue Velvet
Passiflora sp., Passion Flower

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Passiflora piresii


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Passiflora coccinea, commonly called red passion flower or red granadilla, is a tropical, tendril-climbing, evergreen vine from South America that typically grows to 10-12' and to 3-5' wide and produces extremely showy scarlet red to deep red passion flowers (each to 3-4' wide). Flowers are followed by orange to yellow, edible passion fruit (to 2-3' long) known as red granadilla. Hummingbirds and butterflies are attracted to the flowers.
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Passiflora laurifolia - seeds

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Passiflora laurifolia, commonly known as the Water Lemon, Jamaican Honeysuckle and Orange Lilikoi. The fruit is very sweet and the plant is rare in cultivation. It is native to tropical Americas. It is not yet widely known outside those regions. The fruits are eaten fresh, or used in drinks and beverages.
The fruit is medium-sized, ovoid in shape, about 2 in long, with a green or deep orange skin and white-yellow, extremely juicy pulp. The water lemon has an excellent mild, perfumed taste, without the tartness of the common Passionfruit. It grows on a vigorous vine up to 30 feet long. Growing better in slightly humid climates, the vine is not particular about soil or water requirements, other than liking ground moisture year-round. As a tropical species, it will not tolerate frost.
It is almost always grown from seeds, but can be propagated by cuttings. Bottom-heating the seeds at 70-80F can result in germination at 1-2 weeks; at lower temperatures, seeds can take up to 10 weeks to germinate.
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