Passilora Caerulea Blue Passion Flower

Passilora  caerulea Blue passion flower£14.50 each

A vigorous large semi evergreen, trouble free, fast growing climber. The leaves are a dark glossy green with 5-7 finger like lobes. The exotic looking flowers are white with blue and purple coronal fillaments. The fruits are orange - yellow and oval in shape and edible when fully ripe but are not that tasty.

Flowers in July to September,  and fruits are visable from Autumn and winter. Likes a full sun partial shade site and moist but well drained soil. Height and spread 1.8m x 0.6m

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