Flower Color: White
Flower Form: 3-4″ (8-10 cm)
Flowering Period: Summer
Mature Height: 10-12′(3-3.5m)
Pruning Requirement: Prune to Shape
Planting Aspect: Full Sun / Partial Shade
Cold Tolerance: USDA Zone 7
Foliage: Yes
Price Group: Standard


About Passiflora caerulea
This vigorous climber to 16′ (5m) when grown outdoors can reach 33′ (10m) when grown as a conservatory plant. The slightly scented flowers bloom from summer to early autumn and all year long in a conservatory. The flowers are borne singly approx. 4″(10cm) wide with sepals and petals white or pinkish white. The central area of the flower is 2″(5cm) across with blue spiky filaments, white in the middle and purple at the base. The fruits are edible but lack flavor. In early spring, remove any frost damaged growth then prune side shoots to about 6″ (15cm) from the main framework.