Passiflora vitifolia – Crimson Passion Flower (check in June)


A gorgeous vine producing deep red flowers during the summer and fall months. Butterflies and hummingbirds love passion vines.


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The Passiflora vitifolia, known as “Crimson Passion Flower” or “Grape Leaved Passion Fruit” is native to South and Central America.

The Passiflora vitifolia holds on to its leaves throughout the year and they resemble grape leaves.
Blooming seasons for this plant would be the summer time and early fall.

It thrives in full to partial sun. It takes medium to average watering, however does have some drought resistance once established.
The Crimson Passion Flower is a vigorous growing vine. At its maximum height, this plant can grow 20-30 feet.

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