Blue Passion Flower produces Exotic blooms - Stunning Looks
Ideal for covering walls and fences with its vigorous climbing.
Add some tropics to any home or garden, with this easy care Blue Crown Climber.
Flowers July to September, and thrives in a moist but well drained soil.
Frost hardy - Ideal as an annual plant or for container growth - Good for greenhouse and conservatory use.
The Blue Passion Flower is an evergreen climber with exotic looking flowers. This fast growing climber thrives on warm summers, in a full or partial sun location. Blue Passion’s flowering period is from July through to september, where large, slightly scented, white flowers with blue and purple central filaments.Following on from the flowering period, small apricot shaped fruits are produced.These fruits tend to be orange or yellow in colour and grow to around 4cm. Complementing these bright tropical shades, are its dark green and glossy lobed leaves.
Ideal for use as a house or container plant which allows for protection over the winter months. Blue Passion Flowers are frost hardy and thrive in a moist but well-drained soil. An added benefit is it’s vigorous climbing nature, making a simple and quick cover for any walls or fences, you wish to hide. An interesting yet tropical styled plant, ideal for many uses and occasions.
Height (inc pot) 75cm approximately
http://www.tytyga.com/Blue-Passion-Vine-p/blue-passion-flowering-vine.htm The Blue Passion vine, Passiflora caerulea, is a summer fast growing plant that is covered with blue delicate, exotic flowers that develop into green, oval shaped fruits that are delicious when eaten fresh or sliced in salads. The blue passion fruit when mature changes from a green color to a medium green, and the blue passion vine is very cold hardy and grows well under stress of droughts. For the summer vegetable garden try planting a few of the blue passion vines for beautiful flowers and delicious delicate yellow fruit to eat for desert. These vines grow well outside in the garden from Florida, Louisiana to Texas.
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