A plant of undisputed beauty, this free-flowering passion flower certainly brings the wow-factor to your garden.
With subtle, pastel flowers that look like they have been made out of sugar paste, it's easy to see why Passiflora 'Fata Confetto shares its name with the Nutcracker's Sugar Plum Fairy.
The lustrous lavender-coloured flowers are made even more attractive by the crinkled, striped filaments which radiate out from the centre, giving them the appearance of exotic jellyfish floating in a sea of green.
Giving you a glorious display of perfumed blooms every year over many months, this easy, vigorous climber is a plant with a mission - to fill your garden or conservatory with colour.
Easily trained up a trellis or obelisk in the garden, or over a frame in a large on the patio or in the conservatory, 'Fata Confetto' grows to around 3m, but is simple to keep in check with a quick snip of the secateurs if it gets too boisterous.
Supplied as 1 plant in a 9cm pot.