Passiflora x violacea is a hybrid between Passiflora caerulea and Passiflora racemosa and is the oldest historical Passiflora hybrid. 
 
Passiflora x violacea 'Victoria' (Passion Flower) is a vigorous evergreen climber with deep pink flowers adorned with a ring of dark purple-red coronal filaments tipped with white. The abundant blossoms are followed by edible fruits. The foliage consists of deep blue-green 3-5 lobed leaves which create a perfect backdrop for the flowers. Passiflora x violacea is a hybrid between Passiflora caerulea and Passiflora racemosa. 'Victoria' is not as hardy as Passiflora caerulea but is winter hardy to -8 C).
 
Blooms from mid summer to autumn. Thrives in full sun or part shade, moist, well-drained soils. Good drainage is essential. Passion Flowers should be encouraged to reach deep into the earth for water to develop a powerful root system that will sustain them through droughts and freezes.
This Passion vine can quickly grow up to 10-30 ft. long (3-9 m).  
 
Excellent choice for trellises, walls, fences, wall-side borders, subtropical gardens, Mediterranean gardens and patio containers.
 
An added bonus is that Butterflies love Passion Flowers.

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

Passiflora x violacea 'Victoria' (USDA 8b) small 11cm pot

£19.70Price

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