Passiflora x Belotii. Passion Flower. 3 Vines planted in a 15L pot.
The Passiflora x Belotii is a fast growing evergreen climber with some of the most beautiful exotic flowers produced in succession throughout the summer. Large lemony scented flowers are around 12cm across with white and lilac-pink petals and in the centre a ring of numerous rich purple and white coloured pointed filaments.
Pretty dark green leaves are lobed with 3 fingers and pale green tendrils.
Passiflora x Belotii is a hybrid between Passiflora Alata and Passiflora Caerulea.
This showy climber is great for covering walls and trellises in courtyards and city gardens as well as making great container plants for patios, conservatories and greenhouses. Cold hardy, but in severe cold it may die back to the ground but will regrow from the roots in spring.
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PASSIFLORA X BELOTII. 3 Vines in a 25L Pot.
Latin Name: Passiflora x Belotii.
Common Name: Passion Flower, Passion Flower Vine.
Hardiness: -5 to -10 dgrees in a sheltered spot.
Growth Characteristics: Fast growing evergreen climber. Large exotic looking flowers, white and lavender-pink. Fringe of purple and white coronal filaments. Free flowering through summer. Green leaves with 3 lobes. Easy to grow.
Sunlight: Full sun/partial sun.
Soil: Well drained soil.
Moisture: Water regularly through summer, less in winter, but keep do moist.
Feeding: feed once every two weeks in growing season.
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