Passiflora or Passionflower
Passiflora - The passion flower, Also known as Blue passion flower, Blue crown Flower of five wonders, Wild apricot and Southern beauty,
It’s a semi-evergreen climber with twining tendrils, a beautifully distinctive large white blue and purple flowers that is then followed by orange fruits in the autumn and wintertime.
Where to Site Your Passiflora
Perfect for climbing up & around, obelisks and arches & fencing they can weave through your shrubs and hedge
How to Grow and Look after your Passiflora
Likes full Sun or part shade and moist but well drained soil. If you have a heavy soil, then dig in some horticultural grit as they will suffer in a wet and cold winter.
A very easy and hardy plant to grow but may need a little protection in the winter
You can also grow Passiflora in containers if so then they should be moved into a frost-free place for winter.
Stems that have damaged foliage from winter should be pruned back in spring. To tidy them up then prune after they have finished flowering to healthy bud.