Passionfruit Passiflora caerulea Constance Elliott


Blue passion flower. If you see a climbing passion flower outside in Britain, then this is probably the species it will be. A vigorous, rampant species which is evergreen in mild areas, with large beautiful flowers in summer and autumn. These are followed by ovoid, orange-red fruits 1-1½ long, which can be used as a flavouring (especially the tasty fruit pulp). Also a bee plant. Needs sun. Hardy to -15°C, perennial in cold climates.”

Out of stock - check in August for plant availability next autumn/winter

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Weight 1.00 kg