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Giant granadilla (Passiflora quadrangularis) Linnaeus first published the botanical name for the giant granadilla in 1759 in Systema Naturae, his famous work on the classification of plants and animals. In its native tropical America, the plant is grown for its large, edible fruits and ornamental flowers. It’s now cultivated in tropical and subtropical areas worldwide.

Giant granadilla (Passiflora quadrangularis) Linnaeus first published the botanical name for the giant granadilla in 1759 in Systema Naturae, his famous work on the classification of plants and animals. In its native tropical America, the plant is grown for its large, edible fruits and ornamental flowers. It’s now cultivated in tropical and subtropical areas worldwide.

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