The passion flower (passiflora) immediately conjures up images of exotic locations, and with its tropical, fragrant flowers it's certainly an attention grabber!
The incredible flowers of Passiflora caerula 'Purple haze' are an intricate collection of filaments, tendrils and petals, all bound together in a colourful symphony of floral perfection that will captivate even the most hard-to-please gardener.
As a climber, the 'Purple Haze' is the perfect plant to add height and drama to your garden, and in ideal conditions, these exquisitely beautiful vines will grow rapidly with their lobed leaves and twining tendrils which help support the plant on its journey upwards.
Despite its tropical origins (it heralds from lush rain forests), passiflora caerula is perfectly suited to a sunny sheltered spot in the garden as well as in containers where it makes for an easy houseplant in a greenhouse or conservatory.
Vigorous and easy to grow, these tropical climbers are hardy to around -10°C and always rewarding for their sheer exuberance and every gardener should have a go at growing them!
Supplied as an established plant in a 9cm pot, 'Purple Haze' will flower from July to October and blooms are often followed by egg-shaped, inedible fruits.
Supplied as an established plant with cane in a 9cm pot, 'Purple Haze' will flower from July to October and blooms are often followed by egg-shaped, inedible fruits.
|Harmful if eaten|
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