Passiflora caerulea is a charming, fruiting, winter hardy evergreen climber from South-America. From mid-summer, its distinctive structure is made up of captivating large flowers with an explosion of blue or purple filaments. Vibrant orange fruits can appear in Autumn. The egg-shaped fruits not only make a striking feature, but they also taste divine. It can be used to climb up on plants or objects to create a green screen. The Blue Passionflower grows best if planted against a south facing wall. For optimum growth, it is best to grow your Passiflora in moist but well-drained soil and where it will receive full sun. Hardy to -10C.
The intended main use of this plant is to grow food for human consumption. We always recommend further research to learn the different ways in which the food source can be prepared and consumed.