Botanical Name: Passiflora Caerulea
Height: 20 ft.
Depth: same as pot
Sun/Shade: Full sun
Color: Creamy white with voilet-blue filaments
Foliage: 5 lobed
Blooms: summer and fall
Fruit: 2 inch diameter, edible. Egg shaped, deep orange.
Soil Requirements: Moist
Growth Rate: rapid
Pruning: Prune to maintain shape
Comments: Likes a large pot and trellis support. Needs 4 hours or more direct sunlight from a south window. Keep very moist during growth and flowering; allow to dry between watering at other times. Requires moist air/humidity. Day temperature 70-75 degrees F; night temperature 55-60 degrees F. Fertilize only when plant is actively growing or flowering. Will not bloom in low light. Few pests. Soil should be moist, but not overly soggy. Frequent misting with clear water will provide humidity. An outstanding source of vitamins A&C.
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