Project Description

Passiflora caerulea

Vigorous vine with tendrils to attach to structures, its 4″ blue and white flowers have the scent of grapes. Although it produces an edible fruit, it is not usually eaten raw but rather cooked as you would blackberries. It is the “host plant” for Gulf Fritillary Butterfly caterpillars.

Height: 25’

Light: Sun to Part Sun

Zone: Z7

Evergreen? Semi-Evergreen