Very showy 5" flowers with red petals and thick, purple and white filaments. Very sweetly fragrant. Yellow, edible fruit. Tolerates heat well. Food plant for Heleconius ismenius.  Zone 10.         Subgenus: Passiflora, Supersection: Laurifolia, Series: Quadrangulares. Formerly P. alata 'Ruby Glow'. Photo courtesy of Maurizio Vecchia.

Very showy 5" flowers with red petals and thick, purple and white filaments. Very sweetly fragrant. Yellow, edible fruit. Tolerates heat well. Food plant for Heleconius ismenius. Zone 10. Subgenus: Passiflora, Supersection: Laurifolia, Series: Quadrangulares. Formerly P. alata 'Ruby Glow'. Photo courtesy of Maurizio Vecchia.

passiflora

passiflora

Passiflora incarnata :Other common names: Passionflower, Maypop, Apricot Vine, Passion Vine, Blue Passionflower, Purple Passionflower

Passiflora incarnata :Other common names: Passionflower, Maypop, Apricot Vine, Passion Vine, Blue Passionflower, Purple Passionflower

The Best Perennial Vines for Your Garden Passiflora

The Best Perennial Vines for Your Garden

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Ready To Grow Gardens | South Florida Organic Edible Gardens

Ready To Grow Gardens | South Florida Organic Edible Gardens

Kalanchoe tubifloraKalanchoe tubiflora plants, also called Bryophyllum tubiflora, are tall, slim, attractive succulents that are easy to grow. Native to Madagascar, these plants are often nicknamed the "chandelier plant" due to the way the clusters of orange or red, 1-inch blossoms hang down vertically from the top of the stem in an umbrella shape. These tropical beauties will only grow well in outdoors warm, humid climates, so they are often grown as houseplants.

Kalanchoe tubifloraKalanchoe tubiflora plants, also called Bryophyllum tubiflora, are tall, slim, attractive succulents that are easy to grow. Native to Madagascar, these plants are often nicknamed the "chandelier plant" due to the way the clusters of orange or red, 1-inch blossoms hang down vertically from the top of the stem in an umbrella shape. These tropical beauties will only grow well in outdoors warm, humid climates, so they are often grown as houseplants.

Passiflora venusta 4″ pot        Gorgeous, rose-scented flowers are dark burgundy with purple and white banded filaments.   Excellent edible fruit.  Zone 11.    Subgenus: Passiflora, Section: Laurifoliae. Photo courtesy of Clay Dove.

Passiflora venusta 4″ pot Gorgeous, rose-scented flowers are dark burgundy with purple and white banded filaments. Excellent edible fruit. Zone 11. Subgenus: Passiflora, Section: Laurifoliae. Photo courtesy of Clay Dove.

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