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 flowers are very waxy and long lasting, their amazing detail a joy to behold.
Here you will get one plant each of:
• Passiflora Caerulea - lovely two tone blue and white, with purple detail.
• Passiflora Violacea - deep purple flowers, with contrasting white stamens
• Passiflora Constance Elliott - purest white
Note - they may occasionally produce orange fruits in hot years, but wait until very orange and ripe before eating.
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