Incense Passiflora Plant gives you endless amounts of showy blooms all season long. You'll be inviting friends and neighbors over to see these fascinating, fragrant flowers. With a base layer of petals topped by an interesting, wavy fringe of filaments, combined with the pistils and stamens, these flowers are a knock out. Popular in the southeastern US, passion flower plants produce yellow fruit, called Maypop, that are popular with wildlife. Passiflora prefer full sun locations, with some afternoon shade in Southern gardens. Your passiflora will be happiest in well drained soil, with regular fertilizer feedings. Adapts well to containers!
Common Name: passion flower, passionflower
Passiflora Companion Plants: Asclepias
Incense Passiflora Plant Care Instructions: Keep the plant well-watered for the first 3-4 weeks. After that, only water if the plant starts looking droopy. Although each flower only stays open one day, it keeps producing new flowers all summer long. It does best with a structure to climb on. Plants can be cut back to the ground after the first fall frost. It puts out new growth each spring in zones 6-10.