Passiflora (Passfloaccae) caerulea
Passion Flower) This vigorous climber to 5 m (16') when grown outdoors
can reach 10 m (33') when grown as a conservatory plant.
The slightly scented flowers bloom from summer to early autumn
and all year long in a conservatory.
The flowers are borne singly app. 10 cm (4") wide with
sepals and petals white or pinkish white.
The central area of the flower is app. 5 cm (2") across
with blue spiky filaments, white in the middle and purple at the base.
The fruits are edible but lack flavor.