Passion Flower - Passifloral caerulea
Passion Flower - Passifloral caerulea
Passion Flower - Passifloral caerulea
Passion Flower - Passifloral caerulea
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Passion Flower - Passifloral caerulea

  • Fantastic exotic looking two tone flowers on this lush evergreen climber - a great alternative to clematis
  • Great for covering walls, sheds, fences, trellises and arches, or grow in large pots with an obelisk
  • Likes a warm sunny spot and well drained soil. Can reach 3M in 5 years or so, but can easily be trained to shape and size by pruning in early spring
  • Blooms in June and July, the exotic flowers are followed by plum sized edible fruit.
  • Supplied as a 11cm potted plant.

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The exotic looking multi-layered flowers of Passion Flowers bely their ease of growing and their toughness and resilience- these are hardy once established, but in colder areas grow against a South facing wall or in large pots.

A fabulous, lush evergreen climber and alternative to Clematis, for covering walls, arches and trellises. The lovely two tone blue and white flowers are very waxy and long lasting, their amazing purple detail a joy to behold.

Grow in a pot up a trellis or obelisk, it will thrive outside, and will happily perform year after year.

Supplied as an established plant in a 11cm pot, ready to plant.

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Supplied as an established plant in a 11cm pot, ready to plant.

Harmful if eaten

Plant Care Information

Perfect In Pots
Perfect In Pots
Plant In Shade
Plant In Shade
Plant In Sunshine
Plant In Sunshine
Winter Hardy
Winter Hardy
Edible
Edible
Easy To Grow
Easy To Grow

Top Tips

If your passion flower is overgrown or badly frost-damaged, carry out renovation in spring by cutting back the stems to 30-60cm (1-2ft) from soil level and it will respond by sending out new shoots.

Care Information

Planting Advice for Passiflora Passion Flowers:

  • Passion flowers tends to bloom particularly well when their roots are restricted by a container or path side border.
  • When planting in a container, use John Innes No 3 potting compost, or any good quality compost.
  • Pot-grown shrubs can be planted at any time of the year as long as the soil is not waterlogged or frozen.
  • Water your potted plants well, then dig a hole a little deeper and 3 x wider than the nursery pot.
  • Add a soil conditioner such as well-rotted manure to the earth removed from the hole if necessary.
  • Remove the plants from their pots and tease out a few of the roots.
  • Place your selected plant in the hole at the same level at the pot.
  • Refill the hole with the earth removed (backfilling) and firm in the soil with your hand, avoiding the root ball.
  • Water well and mulch around the base of the plant with a collar, compost, gravel, bark etc.


 Aftercare Advice for your Passion Flowers:

  • Water well and regularly for the first few months. With a robust and rapidly growing root system, your plants will establish rapidly.
  • Once planted, keep the area free of competing weeds.
  • Apply a generous layer of mulch around the base of the plants after planting and thereafter annually.

 Pruning Advice for Passiflora

  • Little pruning is needed apart from removing any branches that are dead, damaged or diseased.

Planting/Flowering Calendar

Planting Time
Flowering Time
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Fully Grown Plant Dimensions (approx)

Plant Dimensions
300 cm
200 cm
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