Passiflora ‘Constance Elliot’ is a delightful climber, bearing unusual white flowers. It is very hardy with a minimum temperature of -14° C (7° F). As with other passion flowers, it has dark, glossy lobed leaves and bears egg-shaped, orange fruit in late-summer. Fast-growing, it’s a great choice for covering a south- or west-facing wall, and is easy to maintain. The Royal Horticultural Society has given it its prestigious Award of Garden Merit.
Constance Eliott Passion flowers provide a really exotic-looking plant, with fragrant, large white flowers with spiky filaments from July to September.
Grow Passiflora ‘Constance Elliot’ in moist but well-drained soil in full sun to partial shade. Cut back after flowering and remove dead, misplaced or crowded stems in spring.
Passiflora 'Constance Elliot' is known for attracting bees. It has nectar/pollen rich flowers.
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