An exquisite passionflower, predominantly indigenous to lowland forests in eastern Bolivia, captures attention with its broad, oblong leaves and magnificent white and purple flowers. Unlike many Passiflora varieties, these flowers bloom in clusters, enhancing their visual appeal. This plant demonstrates remarkable adaptability to cultivation in tropical regions and warm temperate climates free from frost. Beyond its stunning flowers, it yields delectable yellow-orange fruit when cross-pollinated by another vine.
Fragrance Intensity: Moderate
Ornamental Floral Value: Extraordinary
For guidance on sowing and care, please visit my blog post Sowing Passion Flowers.