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Passiflora caerulea Blue Crown | Pint Plant


Pint plant of Passiflora caerulea Blue Crown is root hardy to zone 8. It will blossom throughout the summer with 3 inch blossoms of large white petals with bright blue filaments and a dark navy center. Grows to 30 feet. Plant in full or partial sun. The more sun the more flowers. Cut back by one third in the dormant season as blossoms form on new growth. As with most passion vines, it is a real favorite with the butterflies. Passiflora caerulea is a North American native host plant for the Gulf Fritillary, the Variegated Fritillary, the Zebra Longwing, and the Julia butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 11
Passiflora caerulea Blue Crown | Pint Plant

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Pint plant of Passiflora caerulea Blue Crown is root hardy to zone 8. It will blossom throughout the summer with 3 inch blossoms of large white petals with bright blue filaments and a dark navy center. Grows to 30 feet. Plant in full or partial sun. The more sun the more flowers. Cut back by one third in the dormant season as blossoms form on new growth. As with most passion vines, it is a real favorite with the butterflies. Passiflora caerulea is a North American native host plant for the Gulf Fritillary, the Variegated Fritillary, the Zebra Longwing, and the Julia butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 11
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Passiflora incarnata or Maypop Quart Plant


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.
Passiflora incarnata or Maypop Quart Plant

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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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Passiflora Inspiration Quart Plant


Quart plant of a rooted cutting of Passiflora Inspiration. This vine produced 15 to 20 of these beautiful dark electric blue blossoms at one time during this past summer. The vine grew to about 8 feet and was pretty much pest free. Hardy in zones 8 to 11.
Passiflora Inspiration Quart Plant

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Quart plant of a rooted cutting of Passiflora Inspiration. This vine produced 15 to 20 of these beautiful dark electric blue blossoms at one time during this past summer. The vine grew to about 8 feet and was pretty much pest free. Hardy in zones 8 to 11.
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Passiflora Lavender Lady | Amethyst | Star of Mikan | Pint


Here I offer a Pint Plant of Passiflora Lavender Lady, also known as Passiflora Amethyst, Star of Mikan, Passiflora violacea, Passiflora amethystina, and Passiflora onychina. Passiflora Amethyst has bright lavender petals surrounded by bright blue filaments in a ring of navy blue. This is my most reliable passion vine for blossom production. This vine produced hundreds of these blossoms all year long, and I kept it in the greenhouse over the winter. Passiflora Amethyst gives off a lightly perfumed scent that fills the yard when in full bloom. The vine grew to about 30 feet. USDA Hardiness Zones 7 to 12
Passiflora Lavender Lady | Amethyst | Star of Mikan | Pint

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Here I offer a Pint Plant of Passiflora Lavender Lady, also known as Passiflora Amethyst, Star of Mikan, Passiflora violacea, Passiflora amethystina, and Passiflora onychina. Passiflora Amethyst has bright lavender petals surrounded by bright blue filaments in a ring of navy blue. This is my most reliable passion vine for blossom production. This vine produced hundreds of these blossoms all year long, and I kept it in the greenhouse over the winter. Passiflora Amethyst gives off a lightly perfumed scent that fills the yard when in full bloom. The vine grew to about 30 feet. USDA Hardiness Zones 7 to 12
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Passiflora coriacea Bat Leaved Passion Flower Starter Plant


Starter plant of Passiflora coriacea also know as Bat Leaf passion vine is root hardy to zone 9-11. This is a rare species from South America that does not have variegated leaves. The flowers on this plant are 1 inch across and have light lime green petals and light yellow filaments with an almost black center. The leaves give this plant its name and are the star, they look somewhat like a bat in flight they are thick and waxy and a deep green.
Passiflora coriacea Bat Leaved Passion Flower Starter Plant
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Starter plant of Passiflora coriacea also know as Bat Leaf passion vine is root hardy to zone 9-11. This is a rare species from South America that does not have variegated leaves. The flowers on this plant are 1 inch across and have light lime green petals and light yellow filaments with an almost black center. The leaves give this plant its name and are the star, they look somewhat like a bat in flight they are thick and waxy and a deep green.
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