Blue Passion Flower (Passiflora Caerulea) 40 seeds (#1684)
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About the product
Passionflower is a fast-growing evergreen climber from South America. The flowers emerge in summer and are stunning and exotic. Bowl-shaped, white with blue centers, they bloom repeatedly through the fall. The yellow-orange fruit is edible but not particularly tasty.
This fast-growing vine is one of the most hardy passionflowers, and tolerates many soil types. It prefers full sun.
Grow it a trellised container, or against a wall in a mixed border.
Also can be grown as indoor plant in coller climate regions.
Approximately 40 seeds in 0.35g packet.
Genus - Passiflora
Species - Caerulea
Common name - Blue Passion Flower
Pre-Treatment - Not-required, but recommended
Hardiness zones - 5 - 10
Height - 2-4 m
Plant type - Vine / Liana
Vegetation type - evergreen
Exposure - Full Sun, Partial Sun, Partial Shade
Growth rate - Fast
Soil PH - Neutral, Alkaline
Soil type - Clay, Loam, Sand, well drained
Water requirements - Drought Tolerant, Average Water
Landscape uses - Container, Feature Plant, Edible Fruit / Fruit Tree, Rock Garden, Wall, Screening, Wind Break, Topiary, Bonsai, Espalier, Tropical, Vine
Bloom season - June - September
Leaf / Flower color - Green / Blue
General propagated from seeds which show widely variable germination rates, from a few weeks to months.
Longer germination times are seen particularly if conditions are not ideal.
It is recommended to soak the seeds for 24-48 hours in warm to the touch water, just prior to planting. Optionally, seeds can be lightly scarified with sand paper to provide some permeation on the seed coat.
Once pretreated, plant seeds 15-20 mm deep in moist, sterile soil. Seeds like bottom heat of +20-22C for faster germination. Cool soils will significantly delay seed germination time if not inhibit germination altogether. Standard room temperature can be too cool for proper germination.
Estimated germination time under optimal conditions: 6 weeks to 6 months.
Once sprouted, the vines usually produce by the first year.