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Passiflora Foetida alba

Starter plant of Passiflora foetida v. alba. This is a very dainty and fragile looking passiflora  with its featherly 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 aboveStarter plant of Passiflora foetida v. alba. This is a very dainty and fragile looking passiflora  with its featherly 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
Passiflora Foetida alba

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Very Rare Starter plant of One of the most exotic of all passion vines Urbaniana. This is a very dainty and fragile looking passifloras with its feathery bracts surrounding the bud and ,moddled pink blossoms. The is hardy in zones 9 and above, but here in zone 8B. I have had mine come back for the past three years. 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 hibiscifolia Plant

As its name suggests, Passiflora foetida hibiscifolia is a variety with palmate leaves reminiscent of hibiscus leaves. Originally from Central America, it also has pink flowers and red fruit. A little more pink than Love in the mist. USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 11.
Passiflora foetida hibiscifolia Plant

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Passiflora foetida hibiscifolia Starter Plant As its name suggests, Passiflora foetida hibiscifolia is a variety with palmate leaves reminiscent of hibiscus leaves. Originally from Central America, it also has pink flowers and red fruit. A little more pink than Love in the mist. USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 11. 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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