Passiflora incarnata
Height: Vines can climb up to 20’ tall
Spacing: 2’
Sun: Full/Partial
Soil: Well-drained, adapt well to all soil types including poor
Moisture: Can tolerate drought, but blooms benefit from deep watering, consistent moisture
Bloom: Purple
Species: Butterflies, bees
Description: These striking, tropical looking flowers bloom in June, July, and sometimes August. Plant up against house, columns, or trellises so the vines can climb and you maximize your blooms. You can also plant these in containers around your yard, or keep indoors as a house plant. This flower is moderately resistant to deer, pests, and other diseases.

Plants come in a 4 inch by 4 inch pot.