Passiflora phoenicea

Just as spectacular as quadrangularis, very fragrant with intense purple red and deep violet flowers. Although quite vigorous, it can be grown in a restricted space and provided it has good light, rich compost and a min. of 42°F, it will produce a stunning display of enormous flowers in the autumn.

£ 11 - 50

Passiflora racemosa

4” scarlet flowers hang in racemes. Requires reasonable light and a min. of 50°F, but given another 10°F, it will be almost continuously in flower for most of the year. The unopened buds are like fat, five-angled asparagus pea pods, the same scarlet colour as the flowers. Extremely desirable if you have the conditions to grow it.

£ 12 - 75