Passion Vine Flowers

Passion Flower Vine

Passiflora incarnata

The passion flower is a perennial vine with lacy, twining foliage and large showy flowers. Very hardy, native to eastern US. Freezes back to the ground in winter but vigorously grows from the ground annually. Flowers and fruits each season. Flowers are lemon-musk scented. Light green fruits have a tart apricot flavor and can be made into a delicious drink with the unmistakable passion fruit flavor. (re; Hawaiian Punch) Eat whole when they are "fall into your hand" ripe. Leaves can be cooked or eaten raw in salad. Best to plant where it can be contained, because it will come up away from itself. Native Bumble Bee is the best pollinator. Zones 6-8.

Plant Characteristics
Pest ResistanceExcellent
Disease ResistanceVery Good
Drought ToleranceGood
Heat ToleranceVery Good
Humidity ToleranceVery Good
Sun ToleranceVery Good
Wet Soil TolerancePoor
Shade ToleranceGood
No SprayExcellent
Salt ToleranceVery Good
Fresh for KidsVery Good
Deer ResistanceFair
ThornsNo
Plant TypeVine
Soil TypeAdaptable
Edible TypeFruit
Self FertileNo
This information is accurate to the best of our knowledge, comments/opinions are always welcome
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