The star-shaped blooms of the Blue Passion Vine (Passiflora incarnata) radiate violet colored filaments with a delicate harmonic resonance. The leaves are 3-lobed and the tendrils are quick climbers that provide an excellent food source for many collectable butterfly larvae. This vine pollinated by hummingbirds, bees and bumblebees and is native to the United States. As the State flower of Tennessee the vine is loaded with blue and white clusters of flowers that are centered by wiry, arched, golden reproductive parts, and this vine produces beautiful hand sized blooms that magically turn into hen-egg sized fruits that are edible and are called "passion fruit".
Passion Fruit Vine
Grow Passion Flowers