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For this very hard to find Passiflora vespertilio. This is a very dainty and fragile looking passiflora with its long feathery filaments surrounding the pure white dainty petals. This is hardy in zones 9 and above and in good growing conditions will grow up to 6 feet. The fragrance is very delicate and lightly fruity.
Starter plant of this wonderful light lilac/pink passiflora. Growing 10 feet and hardy to zones 9b and above.
A Starter Plant of Passiflora Vitifolia in a bright tomato red. The vine grew to about 15 feet and produces dark purple fruit that needs to shrivel up before it is sweet enough to eat. Hardy in zones 8B and above and does not like to be overwatered.
Starter plant of this is the hard to find Passiflora cuprea. The small 1-2 inch blossoms are a very dark burgandy maroon. The 6 foot vines is perfect for growing in a basket as it has soft green ovals. The small 1-2 inch blossoms are a very dark burgandy maroon. Hardy in zones 8-11, this plant loves both sun and part shade.