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Passiflora coccinea Pint Plant


Pint plant from Passiflora Coccinea. 5 inch blossoms of crimson red petals with dark red filaments and a white center. This vine produced 30 to 40 of these blossoms during this past summer and is perfect for covering a high fence or on a garage wall. The vine grew to about 18 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 9 and higher, I keep mine in a 10 inch pot and protect it in the winter months. It also can be brought inside during cold weather I do not use any chemicals on my plants and therefor at certain times of the year you are able to find nibbles here and there on most of my host plants for butterflies.
Passiflora coccinea Pint Plant

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Pint plant from Passiflora Coccinea. 5 inch blossoms of crimson red petals with dark red filaments and a white center. This vine produced 30 to 40 of these blossoms during this past summer and is perfect for covering a high fence or on a garage wall. The vine grew to about 18 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 9 and higher, I keep mine in a 10 inch pot and protect it in the winter months. It also can be brought inside during cold weather I do not use any chemicals on my plants and therefor at certain times of the year you are able to find nibbles here and there on most of my host plants for butterflies.
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Passiflora suberosa Corky stemmed 2 Pint Plants


2 Pint Plants from this passion vine Passiflora suberosa also known as Cork stemmed Passion flower or Indigo Berry and also Devils Pumpkin, a hardy passion vine, root hardy to zone 8. The flowers on this plant usually grow as a single blossom every 4 or 5 inches down the stem with very light greenish petals and light yellow filaments and a white center. The shiny maple shaped leaves make this plant attractive even when not in blossom. This vine produced hundreds of these blossoms during this past summer which in turn produce many tiny half inch deep purple passion fruits. The vine grew to about 10 feet and was pretty much pest free. I keep mine in the ground and protect it in the winter months with a very light mulch. Passiflora suberosa is a host plant for the Gulf Fritillary, Julia Heliconian, Mexican Silverspot, and Zebra Heliconian butterflies.
Passiflora suberosa Corky stemmed 2 Pint Plants

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2 Pint Plants from this passion vine Passiflora suberosa also known as Cork stemmed Passion flower or Indigo Berry and also Devils Pumpkin, a hardy passion vine, root hardy to zone 8. The flowers on this plant usually grow as a single blossom every 4 or 5 inches down the stem with very light greenish petals and light yellow filaments and a white center. The shiny maple shaped leaves make this plant attractive even when not in blossom. This vine produced hundreds of these blossoms during this past summer which in turn produce many tiny half inch deep purple passion fruits. The vine grew to about 10 feet and was pretty much pest free. I keep mine in the ground and protect it in the winter months with a very light mulch. Passiflora suberosa is a host plant for the Gulf Fritillary, Julia Heliconian, Mexican Silverspot, and Zebra Heliconian butterflies.
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Passiflora alatocaerulea | Pint Plant


Pint plant 5-10
Passiflora alatocaerulea | Pint Plant

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Pint plant 5-10" long from Passiflora alatocaerulea. A very unusual one with soft pinkish white petals, and with bright blue filaments that cover the whole flower. This vigorous vine produced many of these blossoms during this past summer. 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 hardy in zones 8 and higher, although it will come back from the roots when the weather warms up if damaged by hard frosts. USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 11
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Passiflora cincinnata Crato Quart Plant


Quart plant of this Passiflora cincinnata Crato passion fruit. Growing 15 feet tall this is hardy in zones 9b to 11. This vine produced many of these  3 to 4 inch blossoms during this past summer and give off a lightly perfumed scent that fills the yard when in full bloom. The fruit turns yellowish orange when ripe. Likes to grow in full sun and regular watering in sandy soils.
Passiflora cincinnata Crato Quart Plant

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Quart plant of this Passiflora cincinnata Crato passion fruit. Growing 15 feet tall this is hardy in zones 9b to 11. This vine produced many of these 3 to 4 inch blossoms during this past summer and give off a lightly perfumed scent that fills the yard when in full bloom. The fruit turns yellowish orange when ripe. Likes to grow in full sun and regular watering in sandy soils.
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Passiflora foetida var. alba Starter Plant


Starter plant of Passiflora foetida v. alba. This is a very dainty and fragile looking passiflora with its feathery bracts surrounding white blossoms with the very end of the filaments of lavender. I originally purchased these seeds as foetida cardosa moreier but found this was not a traceable variety. After much inquiry with other passion vine enthusiasts this variety was decided to be the variety alba. The is hardy in zones 9 and above, but here in zone 8B I have had mine come back for the past three years. The 10 foot vine has clusters of 1 and a half inch  flowers that blossom from April thru August, it does slow down when the temperatures get in the high 90s. The fragrance is very delicate and the fruit is not the edible type and is still greenish yellow when ripe. Passiflora foetida is a North American native host plant for the Gulf Fritillary, the Variegated Fritillary, the Zebra Longwing, and the Julia butterflies.
Passiflora foetida var. alba Starter Plant

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Starter plant of Passiflora foetida v. alba. This is a very dainty and fragile looking passiflora with its feathery bracts surrounding white blossoms with the very end of the filaments of lavender. I originally purchased these seeds as foetida cardosa moreier but found this was not a traceable variety. After much inquiry with other passion vine enthusiasts this variety was decided to be the variety alba. The is hardy in zones 9 and above, but here in zone 8B I have had mine come back for the past three years. The 10 foot vine has clusters of 1 and a half inch  flowers that blossom from April thru August, it does slow down when the temperatures get in the high 90s. The fragrance is very delicate and the fruit is not the edible type and is still greenish yellow when ripe. Passiflora foetida is a North American native host plant for the Gulf Fritillary, the Variegated Fritillary, the Zebra Longwing, and the Julia butterflies.
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