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Passiflora lutea

Passiflora lutea - flower

Passion Flower

Passion Vine

Passiflora is a genus of flowering plants in the family Passifloracea, comprising about 500 species


Passion Flower; If you don't know the story behind this beautiful flower you need to Google it! It is just as beautiful as the flower itself.

Elena Eremina photo. Passiflora/passionflower. Grows in the warmer south, protect from full north wind exposure.

Passion Flower...." the story behind this beautiful flower is just as beautiful as the flower itself" it was said....:) .....babene then...:)))

Passion Flower...."these are amazing in in centerpiece as they lightly cascade to the table without obstructing view or in a bridal bouquet...I will next pin a picture of a bridal bouquet using the Passion flower vine...just sayin-Molly"

Elena Eremina photo. Passiflora/passionflower by Josha❤️

passion flower by elena eremina.

Passiflora/ Passion flower/vine

Passionflower ~ Passiflora

Passion flower vine

Cambridge, England: Botanic Garden: Passion Flower (Passiflora x bellotti)

Passion Flower (Passiflora x bellotti)

Cambridge, England: Botanic Garden: Passion Flower

'Ruby' passion flower

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Passiflora caerulea (fruit)

Passiflora aerulea or Blue Passion Flower fruit can be substituted for blackberry in recipes, the taste is similar.

Blue Passion Flower Vine 25 Seeds Passiflora by SmartSeeds on Etsy

Passiflora caerulea fruit cut and opened

Frutto della passiflora caerulea

Blue Passion Flower Vine, 25 Seeds, Passiflora caerulea, butterfly heaven, showy blooms, vigorous vine, pretty fruit

Passiflora caerulea is the classic passionflower, with a 3" creamy blossom with blue fringe, stripes, dots, and lime green stamens - a fantasy flower. Native to Argentina, it thrives in warm zones 9-11, but is an easy annual elsewhere. In full sun and fertile soil, this is one enthusiastic vine, needs strong support and will cover a fence or trellis in a season. Blue Passionflower produces orange egg-sized fruits with glowing red seeds inside. They're edible, though a bit bland, best mixed with other juices. Renown for numerous medicinal properties, a tea made from the leaves is very calming. One of the best reasons to grow this passion flower is the cloud of orange butterflies it brings in summer. It's the host plant for Gulf Fritillary, and they cover the plant on sunny days. The seeds contain germination inhibitors and are stubborn. Soak them in orange juice or tea or beer (!) for several days, then plant in moist, rich loamy soil and keep them warm. They can take days or weeks to sprout. Go to for more information 25 seeds **All seeds ship for one price! Click here to see more: For complete germination instructions go to