Passiflora caerulea, or passion flower is a real show stopper. To see more climbers, visit our website: http://www.gardenersworld.com/plants/features/plants/10-climbers-to-grow/4805.html Photo by Jason Ingram

Passiflora caerulea, or passion flower is a real show stopper. To see more climbers, visit our website: http://www.gardenersworld.com/plants/features/plants/10-climbers-to-grow/4805.html Photo by Jason Ingram

~~ Passiflora caerulea ~~ Believe it or not I grow these in Arizona! Bought online from Florida a few years ago, soon to be making passion oil as well as passion preserves. More to come!

Passiflora caerula

~~ Passiflora caerulea ~~ Believe it or not I grow these in Arizona! Bought online from Florida a few years ago, soon to be making passion oil as well as passion preserves. More to come!

Passion Vine Fertilizer: Tips On Fertilizing Passion Flowers -  Passion flower vines are great to grow as attractive screens, floral cover-ups or simply over an arbor as decorative shading. Caring for these intricate flowers includes properly feeding passion flower vines. This article will help.

Feeding Passion Flower Vines – How To Fertilize A Passion Flower Vine

Passion Vine Fertilizer: Tips On Fertilizing Passion Flowers - Passion flower vines are great to grow as attractive screens, floral cover-ups or simply over an arbor as decorative shading. Caring for these intricate flowers includes properly feeding passion flower vines. This article will help.

Passionflower “Lady Margaret” (Passiflora coccinea x incarnata) - according to the texts, this variety is not a larval host plant for gulf frittilary butterflies, but in my garden, they denude it every fall.

Passionflower “Lady Margaret” (Passiflora coccinea x incarnata) - according to the texts, this variety is not a larval host plant for gulf frittilary butterflies, but in my garden, they denude it every fall.

Passion flower - we had these in our back yard growing up.  They take over but are so interesting looking and beautiful when there are many in full bloom on the vine.

Passion flower - we had these in our back yard growing up. They take over but are so interesting looking and beautiful when there are many in full bloom on the vine.

How to Grow Passionflower. This perennial is amazing. It does not flower profusely, but each flower is mesmerizing!

How to Grow Passionflower

How to Grow Passionflower. This perennial is amazing. It does not flower profusely, but each flower is mesmerizing!

Passion flowers (like Orchids) are a world unto themselves with approximately 500 different species and about as many hybrids. Characterized by a ring of coronal filaments (straight, curvy, spiky, or anything in-between), they appear, to me at least, like flowers from another planet.

Passion flowers (like Orchids) are a world unto themselves with approximately 500 different species and about as many hybrids. Characterized by a ring of coronal filaments (straight, curvy, spiky, or anything in-between), they appear, to me at least, like flowers from another planet.

Do you know why this is called the passion flower?  It represents the Passion of Christ. The 10 petals of the flower represent the 10 apostles who were present at the crucifixion. The Holy Trinity is portrayed by the three secondary calyx leaf bracts. The 72 filaments symbolize the crown of thorns worn by Jesus. The three stigmas represent Christ and the two thieves on the the crosses.

Do you know why this is called the passion flower? It represents the Passion of Christ. The 10 petals of the flower represent the 10 apostles who were present at the crucifixion. The Holy Trinity is portrayed by the three secondary calyx leaf bracts. The 72 filaments symbolize the crown of thorns worn by Jesus. The three stigmas represent Christ and the two thieves on the the crosses.

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