Passiflora give an Exotic Feel to the Garden. Best Grown on a Warm Sunny Wall. Choose From one of the Biggest Selections in the UK.
A Cross between P. actinia � P. caerulea �Constance Eliott. This vigorous grower has three lobed leaves and beautiful large showy flowers with white and blue banded corona filaments. Min temp 0C or lower.
White and mauve flowers from April-September. Vigorous and free flowering. Suitable for outdoors against a warm wall.
A Stunning tetraploid cross of P. 'Constance Elliott' x P. eichleriana. P.White Wedding is a lovely free flowering vine with lovely large white flowers. Suitable for outdoors in a sheltered position. Hardy to -5C.
A tetraploid form of P.caerulea but with larger flowers with bright blue centres. Hardy to -10C. A vigorous climber with rich green leaves and bowl-shaped white flowers with blue tips in summer followed by orange-yellow fruit.
A very eye catching Passion flower with red hanging umbrellas from mid summer on. An evergreen with large three lobed leaves. Almost hardy but best protected (min -1c). It flowers best in cool conditions. A good cool conservatory plant
A vigorous cross between caerulea and amethystina. Flowers are very similar to P. Purple Haze but with a redder centre. Hardy to at least -7C. A good variety for outdoors.
A hybrid cross between P. ﾴWhite Wedding` x P. caerulea ﾴEmil Kugler`. Has pretty white flowers with a blue and white corona. Hardy to -10C.1-2ltr pot
Large showy deep rose pink flowers with white corona, deep purple center. Trilobed leaves. Flowers throughout the year. Will tolerate light frosts.
A lovely free flowering variety with pretty light purple flowers on a long penducle throughout summer. Best grown in free draining soil and full sun on a patio or in a conservatory.13cm pot on 60cm tripod
Showy large flowers of purple-mauve flower with darker centres. Contrasted by a white ring. A lovely free flowering variety suitable for outdoors on a warm wall. 1-2ltr pot
An old hybrid cross between P.Incarnata and P.Caerulea. A free flowering variety that can be grown outside on a warm wall in free draining soil.
Pale lavender blue flowers with darker filaments are produced freely from summer on a smaller plant with more flowers than P. caerulea. Bred by Myles Irvine in 2002 P. 'Star of Bristol' x P. 'Purple Haze' Flowers May-Dec Min -8ﾰC 18ﾰF This will cope with -6c remaining evergreen it will survive lower with good drainage. Best grown on a sunny wall.