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Passiflora - Passion Flower Edulis Frederick (Edible Fruit)

Passiflora - Passion Flower Edulis Frederick (Edible Fruit)

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Includes: Passion Flower Vine in a 3-4 inch grower's pot

This product ships: Spring Shipping

SKU: PAS-002

Purple & White Passion Flower Plant For Sale | Edulis Frederick (Edible Fruit!)

The whimsical lavender and white flowers produced by this vigorous vine are only the opening act for the delicious, tangy fruit that follows. The fruit is exceptionally tasty, but only if it’s ripened enough to turn purple and fall from the vine. Once this happens, you’ve got the perfect ingredient for juices, baked goods, and even cocktails!

Frederick is a quick-growing evergreen (in zones 8 and higher) that enjoys a long growing season and is quite tolerant of heat. Its reliably hardy nature allows it to continue thriving in winter wet and brief frost, just be sure to give it something to climb! Enjoy in containers in cooler zones.

Passiflora are currently restricted from shipping to Hawaii. Any orders containing Passiflora to Hawaii may be cancelled.

Easy to Grow Features

  • Zone: Perennial in zones 8-11, annual everywhere else.
  • Light: Full Sun / Partial Shade in Hot Climates
  • Water: Moderate / Heavy When Fruiting
  • Height: Vine Climbs to 20 feet at Maturity
  • Bloom Color: White and Purple Blooms
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  • Planting Depth
    Pre-Potted; Level with Soil Line
  • Planting Proximity
    5ft vertical vine; 10ft horizontal vine
  • Planting Season
  • Plant Benefits
    A popular summer vine. Edible fruit.
  • Water Quantity
  • Bloom Season
    Mid summer to early autumn
  • Sunlight Quantity
    Full Sun
  • Hardiness Zones
    Zones 8-10

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews

Shipped quick and plants arrived well protected! Can’t wait for them to flower

Put in in full sun and watch it grow!

Since I potted this little guy about 2-3 months ago, it's grown nearly two feet and got its first flower buds yesterday :)

Nicole M
Happy to finally have one

I cannot wait for this to bloom and then fruit. After trying to transplant cuttings for months i gave up and ordered an actual plant. Thank God it grew because it cost me eighteen dollars! And out of my whole order, it was the ONLY THING that grew at all. It's almost to the top of my trellis with leaves and tendrils and i hope it survives my zone 8 winter so i can see it blooming and maybe get some fruit from it. I'm excited.