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Seeds from this native passiflora Incarnata or maypop is extremely easy to grow and will produce lots of small edible fruit each summer. The vine grew to about 30 feet and was pretty much pest free. The caterpillars did not seem to want to eat this one as much as some of my others. This vine is foliage hardy in zones 9 and higher and root hardy in zones 6 and above. Passiflora incarnata is a North American native host plant for the Gulf Fritillary, the Variegated Fritillary, the Banded Hairstreak, and the Red banded Hairstreak butterflies.
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Seeds from Passiflora Incense in a bright blue color. This passion vine produced hundreds of these blossoms during this past summer and give off a very strong perfumed scent that fills the yard when in full bloom. The vine grew to about 20 feet and was pretty much pest free. The caterpillars did not seem to want to eat this one as much as some of my others. This vines is foliage hardy in zones 7 and higher, although it will come back from the roots when the weather warms up if damaged by hard frosts. It also can be brought inside during cold weather or seeds saved for the next season.