Passion Flowers

Passion flowers, despite their tropical and delicate appearance are tough at heart, and easy to grow. Many varieties are actually hardy plants that freeze in Winter but grow back annually. Flowering from Summer to early Autumn, Passion flowers produce masses of blooms two to three inches (5-10cms) wide. For best results plant in deep, fertile soil with good drainage, or large patio containers.

Passiflora like plenty of water and some shade. Prune older branches and weak stems in late winter for better flowering the following season. The vine-like nature of the passion flower makes it ideally suited for training on trellis or scrambling up fences and through trees. If you don't want the plants to become too large, simply keep them trimmed.

Why not create a real talking point with our spectacular selection of varieties. These fast growing plants are Supplied as flowering size plants in approx 2 LITRE pots. Much larger than our competitors!

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  1. Passion Flower - Passiflora aurantia - Orange-petaled Passion Flower

    Passion Flower - Passiflora aurantia - Orange-petaled Passion Flower

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  2. Passion Flower - Passiflora Murucuja - Scarlet Passion Flower

    Passion Flower - Passiflora Murucuja - Scarlet Passion Flower

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  3. Clematis Taiga - Stunning Brand New & Exclusive hardy Climbing Clematis florida 'Taiga' for Immediate Delivery
  4. Passiflora Amethyst (Lavender Lady) - Passion Flower
  5. Passiflora Victoria - Passion Flower
  6. Passion Flower caerulea - Passiflora
  7. Passion Flower Citrina - Rare Yellow Passiflora
  8. Passion Flower Collection - 5 Different Passiflora
  9. Passion Flower Constance Elliot - Passiflora
  10. Passion Flower Purple Rain - Passiflora

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Passion flowers, despite their tropical and delicate appearance are tough at heart, and easy to grow. Many varieties are actually hardy plants that freeze in Winter but grow back annually. Flowering from Summer to early Autumn, Passion flowers produce masses of blooms two to three inches (5-10cms) wide. For best results plant in deep, fertile soil with good drainage, or large patio containers.

Passiflora like plenty of water and some shade. Prune older branches and weak stems in late winter for better flowering the following season. The vine-like nature of the passion flower makes it ideally suited for training on trellis or scrambling up fences and through trees. If you don't want the plants to become too large, simply keep them trimmed.

Why not create a real talking point with our spectacular selection of varieties. These fast growing plants are Supplied as flowering size plants in approx 2 LITRE pots. Much larger than our competitors!