How to care for Passionflowers

Passion flowers appear tropical, yet they can grow everywhere, even in cold climates. They grow along roadsides.

Passion flower, also known as Passiflora, is a native flower of South and North America with over 500 kinds.

There are several species that are classified as annuals, perennials, shrubs, vines, and even trees that provide edible fruits.

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After planting, properly water the passion flower vine. The young plant need extra water to establish itself in a new location.

This blooming plant typically needs at least four to six hours of direct sunshine. However, if you reside in a hot environment, some shade would be welcomed.

Use rich, draining soil. They flourish in neutral and acidic soil between 6.1 and 7.5.

Composting the planting soil will enrich it with nutrients and promote plant development.

Passion flower vine needs winter protection since it likes warm temperatures. If you reside below zone 6, they may die unless brought inside.

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