Seed Needs, Blue Passion Flower (Passiflora caerulea) Twin Pack of 100 Seeds Each
Grow the beautiful and unique, Royal Blue Passion Flower, from freshly harvested Passiflora caerulea flower seeds. Royal Blue Passion Flower is a tropical vine that originates from much of South America. They quickly form slender, vining stems, that grow up to a mature length of 10 to 15 feet long. The leaves are star shaped, and the flowers are saucer like in appearance. The outer petals are wide and white, sitting behind 80+ thinner, multicolored petals, which are set around it's alien looking centers. Royal Blue Passion Flower is categorized as a perennial flowering vine. Perennials will establish a deep root system, allowing them to return yearly, even after all plant life has wilted on the surface. Passiflora vines can be used to cover a fence or trellis and are becoming more popular here in the United States. These strange looking vines are also popularly used to trail along railings & pillars, or on balconies as well. Pruning the leaves and vines of your Passiflora plants will promote new and heavier blooms.
- Brand: Seed Needs
- ASIN: B002UMJPB6
- UPC: 682962474725
Incense Violet Purple Blue Passion Flower Vine Live Plant Passiflora Incarnata x cinnata Starter Size 4 Inch Pot Emeralds TM
Product Information: Common Name: Incense Passion Flower Vine Botanical Name: Passiflora Mature Size: 10 to 12 runners Flower Color: Violet Purple Blue Bloom Form: Unique to the species Fragrance: Light Recommended USDA Zone: 6, 7, 8, 9 Soil Type: Fertile, well draining Soil PH: Neutral to slightly acidic Watering: Moderate to Light Special Features: Cold Tolerant, Showy, Attracts Butterflies Suggested Uses: Shade Garden, Trellis, Fence, Arbor, Houseplant, Potted House Plant Adaptive: Yes Limited Conditional Warranty: Healthy Arrival Extended Long Term Warranty: None Country of origin: USA Passion Vines are a unique and interesting plant species native to Central America. There are several hundred different types in an endless variety of color combinations. In the early 1600s Catholic Priests in Peru documented what they believed to be a religious symbolism in the unique flowers of this beautiful vine. and thus the name passiflora or passion flower was coined. All passion vine flowers are unique and unlike anything other flowering plant.Most all passion vines are quick growing and aggressive climbers that put out true tendrils to wrap around any support. Some will grow very large with runners of more than 20 ft. and are must haves for butterfly enthusiasts. I...
- Color: Blue, Violet
- Brand: Emerald Goddess Gardens
- ASIN: B00UMK9KLS
Outsidepride Passion Flower - 500 Seeds
Passiflora caerulea is commonly called Passion Flower. It is a tender perennial that is very exotic and can climb 180 inches or more. It produces large 4 inch pale blue flowers and edible fruit. Passion Flower is native to Southern Brazil and Argentina and has become popular in the southern part of the United States. For gardeners living in colder climates, some choose to winter the plant indoors. In colder climates, it will drop its leaves but in semi-tropical areas it will be evergreen. Pruning it each year will help promote flowering. Passion Flower seed can be slow to germinate. Some people recommend soaking the seed in some Passion Flower juice as the acid helps break the shell of the seed. It is best to start the seed indoors in the late winter. Press the seed into the soil and cover with 1/4 inch of soil. With a temperature of 75F, germination normally occurs within 90 days. Harden off the seedling once it has 4 - 5 leaves. Transplant the young plants outdoors after danger of frost has passed, spacing the plants 18 inches apart. Grow in full sun in moist, well-drained soil. Passion Flower needs to be well watered through the summer. It is best to water it deeply but infrequently to encourage deep root growth.
- Color: Blue, white
- Brand: Outsidepride
- ASIN: B004IP9E8M
- UPC: 678482961005
David's Garden Seeds Flower Passionflower American Native 8223 (Purple) 25 Non-GMO, Open Pollinated Seeds
Passion vines are familiar to most of us. Who hasn't been fascinated by the delicate fringe inside the lavender flowers? Please note that this flower is the food plant of several species of butterfly larvae, so don't spray caterpillars! David's Garden Seeds is a Veteran owned business that has been offering quality seeds since 2009.
- Color: Purple
- Brand: David's Garden Seeds
- ASIN: B07H8M7N2N
Passion Flower (Passiflora incarnata), Seed Packet, True Native Seed
Passion Flower is a native climbing or trailing vine that may reach 25' in length. This summer flowering vine features eye-catching intricate 3" wide flowers with mostly purple petals and sepals subtending a delicate and brightly colored wavy fringe of hair-like segments. The pistil and stamens are also showy. Passion Flower prefers dry to medium soil and full sun or part shade. It is often used in garden arbors, walls and fences because of the ease of growth and beautiful fascinating flowers. The name Passion Flower is from the supposed representation of the crucifixion of Christ. The 10 petals stand for the disciples, excluding Peter and Judas, the stamens the wounds, the stigmas the nails, and the fringe, and the crown of thorns.
- Brand: Roundstone Native Seed LLC
- ASIN: B00BR2YD6C
100 Passion Flower Blue Seeds - Passiflora Caerulea
Growing Information: Passiflora seeds are known for long and stubborn germination. Seeds may be cold stratified for four weeks in the fridge prior to planting if desired. Natural cold stratification can be provided by sowing seeds outdoors in the fall. Other growers will prepare the seed by soaking it in water or juice for 24 hours prior to planting. The acids in the juice are meant to help break down the seed coat. Vinegar has also been used for this purpose. Sanding the seed coat a bit may also help achieve a similar result. Plant the seeds about 1/2" deep in a damp medium. Sowing in a moist paper towel that is placed in a zipper baggie has proven successful. Keep at a temperature of about 70-75 degrees Fahrenheit using bottom heat if possible. Germination can take several weeks to several months. Established plants prefer bright light and should be fed in the spring with a layer of fresh compost.
- Brand: West Seed Farm
- ASIN: B06WVHC3HN
- UPC: 791111377548
Passion Flower Royal Blue Passiflora Caerulea, 96 ft + Perennial Vine, 30 Seeds
Royal Blue Passion Flower grows into a 96 ft. + vine with star shaped leaves and flowers are saucer like in appearance. Perennials will establish a deep root system, allowing them to return yearly, even after all plant life has wilted on the surface. Passiflora vines can be used to cover a fence or trellis. Growing instructions included.
- Brand: Shaker Heirloom Seeds
- ASIN: B07D722PSY
- UPC: 727857056560
Go Garden 1 Bag 200 Seeds, Passiflora Incarnata, Maypop Vine, Purple Passion Flower
1 bag 200 seeds, passiflora incarnata, maypop vine, purple passion flower
- Color: Purple
- Brand: Go Garden
- ASIN: B07KV29XYR
10 Blue Crown Passion Flower Vine Passiflora Caerulea Seeds
NAME: Blue Crown Passion FlowerSCIENTIFIC NAME: Passiflora CaeruleaCOLOR: BluePLANT SEEDS: Outdoors after frost / Indoors weeks before last frostBLOOM TIME: All SummerHARDINESS ZONE: 6 - 11PLANT HEIGHT: 30' VinePLANT SPACING: 6 - 8 FeetLIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Sun - Part ShadeSOIL & WATER PREFERENCES: AverageQUANTITY: 10 Seeds
- Brand: seedsforbrains
- ASIN: B07F66YX8Y
- UPC: 723003079452
10 Rare Blue Passion Flower Seeds Passiflora Tropical Climbing Exotic Vine Plant
Description There are over 400 species of tropical passion flowers (Passiflora spp.) with sizes ranging from ½ inch to 6 inches across. They are found naturally from South America through Mexico. Early missionaries to these regions used the distinctly colored patterns of the flowers parts to teach about the passion'of Christ; hence the name. Read on to learn more. Propagating Passion Flower Seeds Passion flower seeds are best germinated while fresh, or straight from the fruit. They do not store well and will usually go dormant for up to a year. To break dormancy and improve germination for seeds, you can simply take a piece of fine sandpaper and lightly rub one or both sides of the seeds. Then soak the seeds in lukewarm water for about 24 hours. Press the seeds about ¼ inch into moist potting mix or peat compost-whatever you use should drain well. Cover with ventilated plastic to maintain humidity and remove once germination begins within two to four weeks. (Note: Seeds can take anywhere from four to eight weeks or even longer to germinate.) Keep seedlings out of direct sunlight until they develop their second set of leaves. Don't expect instant blooms with seed-grown plants. Some passion flower species can take up to ten years to bloom
- Brand: toadstool_seeds
- ASIN: B07GWRS4MY
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