Passiflora mollissima - Banana Passion Flower Passiflora mollissima - Banana Passion Flower
Banana Passion Fruit (Passiflora mollissima). A yellow, oval shaped passion fruit with bright yellow skin and orange pulp. Pulp is edible and very tasty. Often used in juice making … | 30.06. 2007
Passiflora quadrangularis - Giant Granadilla Passiflora quadrangularis - Giant Granadilla
The largest fruit in its genus, the giant granadilla, Passiflora quadrangularis L. (syn. P. macrocarpa M.T. Mast.), is often called merely grenadilla, or parcha. The vine is fast-growing, large, coarse, herbaceous but woody at the x, arising from a fleshy root that becomes enlarged … | 02.08. 2007
Passiflora 'Incense' - Passion Flower Passiflora 'Incense' - Passion Flower
Very fast growing vine to 10-20 ft, sometimes longer. This variety is a hybrid between two hardy passion flower species (Passiflora incarnata and P. cinnicata), and as a result, is very hardy itself, surviving temperatures below 0 F. Vines will die back upon temperatures below 32F … | 24.09. 2007
Passiflora 'Inspiration’ - Passion Flower Passiflora 'Inspiration’ - Passion Flower
Large flowers, deep purple color and fragrance are brought together in this passion flower. A hybrid of Roland Fischer of Germany. Hardy Zone 8 and higher for outdoors. Great indoors, too! Full sun, grows to 1-3 in container, minimum temperature indoors 50°, blooms in spring and … | 27.09. 2007
Passiflora: Passionflowers of the World Passiflora
Passionflowers of the World | Since they were first described in Europe in the 16th century, passionflowers have held a special fascination among plant collectors for their bold, beautiful, complicated blossoms and delectable passionfruits. Most are perennial climbers, but some are … | 06.04. 2007