Passionflower (Passiflora incarnata)

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Passionflower (Passiflora incarnata)

6.50

Bloom Time

Late June-August

Vine: growing to lengths of 25 feet a year, dies back to the ground each year

Passionflower is an edible and medicinal native vine that produces wonderfully flavored fruits in September-October. We like to surround it lawn so it doesn't take over beds, and grow it upon structures like fences. The tea is used as a sedative to aid sleep and work as an anti-anxiety measure. Bumble bee species love the beautfuil flowers as much as our eyes do.

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