Winged-Stem Passion Flower
Also known as
Fragrant Granadilla, Winged Passion-Flower
10 years to reach maturity
This plant has a mild fragrance
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Winged-Stem Passion Flower Overview
This evergreen climber from Peru and Brazil scrambles up supports with it tender tendrils and in summer produces showy bowl shaped fragrant flowers that are bowl shaped.
Common problems with Winged-Stem Passion Flower
How to harvest Winged-Stem Passion Flower
Fruit can be harvested as soon as ripe.
How to propagate Winged-Stem Passion Flower
Sow seed in Spring maintaining the soil temperature between 13 to 18C
Take semi hardwood cuttings in summer.
Layer stems in Spring or Autumn.
Special features of Winged-Stem Passion Flower
Thses stunning flwers have red petals that open to show a purple and white corona.
Can be grown indoors in containers in cooler climates.
Other uses of Winged-Stem Passion Flower
Grown for their unique flowers, each one with a central corona of filaments. Flowers every season. Attracts butterflies