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New Purple Passion Fruit Vine , Passiflora edulis , 20 + Seeds ( Fast , Edible , Showy )

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The Purple Passion Fruit, native from southern Brazil through Paraguay to northern Argentina, is a vigorous, climbing vine that clings by tendrils to almost any support. It can grow 15

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The Purple Passion Fruit, native from southern Brazil through Paraguay to northern Argentina, is a vigorous, climbing vine that clings by tendrils to almost any support. It can grow 15 to 20 feet per year once established and must have strong support. It is generally short-lived (5 to 7 years). The evergreen leaves of Purple Passion Fruit are alternate, deeply 3-lobed when mature and finely toothed. They are 3 to 8 inches long, deep green and glossy above, paler and dull beneath and, like the young stems and tendrils, tinged with red or purple. A single, fragrant flower, 2 to 3 inches wide, is born at each node on the new growth. The bloom, clasped by 3 large, green, lifelike bracts, consists of 5 greenish-white sepals, 5 white petals and a fringelike corona of straight, white-tipped rays, rich purple at the base.
Other Names: Passion Fruit, Granadilla, Purple Granadilla Zone: 9 to 11 Growth Rate: Fast Plant Type: Evergreen Twining Vine Family: Passifloraceae Native Range: Brazil through Paraguay to northern Argentina.
Height: 10 to 25 feet Spread: 3 to 6 feet Bloom Time: Mid Spring Sun: Full Sun to Part Shade Fall Color: Evergreen
Drought Tolerance: Low Water: Medium Maintenance: Medium
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