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'.

Sold as small climber to plant on in 11cm pot and 30cm high

Passiflora 'Nightshift' (USDA 11a)


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