Passion Vine Fertilizer: Tips On Fertilizing Passion Flowers - Passion flower vines are great to grow as attractive screens, floral cover-ups or simply over an arbor as decorative shading. Caring for these intricate flowers includes properly feeding passion flower vines. This article will help.
How to Grow Passionflower Passion flowers grows wild here. We have it growing all over our 100 acres I want to gather lots of them and plant them in a large group near our vegetable garden as well as in the yard
These come back for us yearly... supposed to be only zone 6 hardy, so perhaps they are reseeding, but we get a nice group of these on a part of our fence.... :) Apricot Vine, Maypop, Purple Passion Flower, Passionflower, Passionvine, Passion Vine Passiflora incarnata
Passion Flower Vine Pruning: Tips For Cutting Back Passion Vines - Passion vines are tropical to semi-tropical flowering and fruiting plants that need pruning and training by the second year. Learn more about how and when to prune passion flower vines in this article. Click here for more info.
I discovered the passion flower vine when I was living in South Carolina. Certain types of caterpillars feast on the vine leaving it bare but ensuring that you will always have butterflies in your garden. WARNING: this plant loves to spread.
Passionflower can be brewed into teas, made into tinctures, or encapsulated. Makes a great addition to bath blends. Passionflower is combined with hawthorn as a cardiotonic, and with lemon balm, Valerian, and St. Johns wort for sedative teas.