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Passiflora caerulea Waterloo Blue | Hardy Passionflower

Passiflora caerulea Waterloo Blue Hardy Passionflower Passiflora caerulea Waterloo Blue Hardy Passionflower
Passiflora caerulea Waterloo Blue | Hardy Passionflower

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Here I am offering a Starter Plant of Passiflora caerulea Waterloo Blue, also known as Blue Passion Flower, and Hardy Passionflower. I love the way these plants look crisp and sharp, and they are also admired by the bees, birds and butterflies. These fragrant vines can grow 40 feet high if they have something that high to climb. This tough little guy can survive down to -10F, which is how it got one of its names, the Hardy Passionflower. 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 6 to 10



Passiflora Charlotte Corday

Charlotte Corday Passiflora Charlotte Corday, also know as the White Passion Flower. It is a beautiful pure white color with a sparkling white center. It grows to 15' and was pretty much pest free. This vines is root hardy in zones 9 and higher. It also can be brought inside during cold weather
Passiflora Charlotte Corday

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A Starter Plant of Passiflora Charlotte Corday, also know as the White Passion Flower. It is a pure white color with a sparkling white center. It grows to 15 feet and was pretty much pest free. This vines is root hardy in zones 9 and higher. It also can be brought inside during cold weather.



Passiflora Citrina

Citrina Brilliant yellow passion flower. About 1 inch across, this dainty vine produces masses of these blossoms throughout the summer. Hardy in zones 9-11, this vine only grows about 5 feet high
Passiflora Citrina

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Starter Plant of Passiflora citrina which normally grows in moist pinewoods. It may be the only yellow flowered hummingbird pollinated Passiflora in the world. A free flowering plant which will flower 10 months of the year indoors. May prefer slightly acidic peaty soil. The star shaped blooms resemble a sparkle of light against 2 inch felted leaves. Zones 10 and above. The vine was pretty much pest free. I keep mine in the ground and protect it in the winter months with a very light mulch. 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 the most of the host plants for butterflies.



Passiflora Colinvauxii

Colinvauxii Passiflora Colinvauxii- The 6 foot vines is perfect for growing in a basket as it has soft green and white mottled leaves that are bi-lobed. The small 1-2 inch blossoms are white with lavender to purple centers. Hardy in zones 8-11, this plant loves both sun and part shade
Passiflora Colinvauxii

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A Starter Plant Passiflora Colinvauxii- The 6 foot vines is perfect for growing in a basket as it has soft green and white mottled leaves that are bi-lobed. The small 1-2 inch blossoms are white with lavender to purple centers. Hardy in zones 8-11, this plant loves both sun and part shade.



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