Passiflora Maliformis, also known as Sweet Calabash, is a rapidly growing tendril vine adorned with highly fragrant and generously sized flowers, measuring 7-10 cm in diameter. The blooms showcase vibrant shades of red, blue, and white, complemented by a distinctive fringe of red coronal filaments. This exotic tropical plant is a captivating addition, particularly when planted around a patio, where its magnificent flowers can be admired. Passiflora Maliformis thrives in climates slightly cooler than the typical tropical setting, and its flowers grace the surroundings from June to November.
Fragrance Intensity: Very intense
Ornamental Floral Value: Extraordinary
For guidance on sowing and care, please visit my blog post Sowing Passion Flowers.