A Passiflora hybrid cross of parents P. galbana x P. racemosa and with a minimum temperature of 10C.  Temperatures of 7c over winter are ok.

Passiflora 'Nightshift' is a specialty among the usual hybrids. Thanks to the participation of P. galbana, which is  pollinated  by bats, nightshift is also an evening bloomer. The flowers open from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. and close the next morning until around 10 a.m. However, it is a very hardy bloomer,  provided it is in full sun. In addition to the salmon-colored flowers, the heart-shaped leaves are also very attractive, which are dark green, shiny and firm.  P. 'Nightshift' is very similar to P. 'Kew Gardens'. 


Passiflora 'Nightshift' (USDA 11a)


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