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Maypop Passion Flower (Passiflora incarnata)

Maypop Passion Flower (Passiflora incarnata)

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P8851-4

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4" Pot Size
225 in stock
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Maypop Passion Flower (Passiflora incarnata)
Beautiful flowers, fragrance and succulent fruit are characteristic of this native North American Passion Flower. Three-inch wide, creamy pink petals in a fully banded corolla appear throughout the summer. This is the hardiest of the Passion Flowers growing as far north as New England.
Hardiness Zone 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Bloom Season Summer
Sun Requirement Full Sun
Grows to 1-3'
  1. Barely survived last winter in zone 6b central Connecticut but a fun plant to grow! Review by Don
    How do you rate this product?

    My maypop escaped its container and rooted into the ground on its own. The summer of 2013 it thrived and set several fruit and flowered from August into October here in central Connecticut. The winter of 2013/14 was hard on it, however, and I didn't mulch it where it was growing in a flower bed about twelve feet out from the east-facing foundation of the house. In other words, it was very exposed. I thought I'd lost it by the end of May when it hadn't put in an appearance, but in late (yes, late!) June the first shoot appeared--it is still only 6 inches high. Another popped up in August and is several feet high and three feet from the first nubby bit. Clearly the vine has extensive underground roots/runners. No flowers yet this summer. I'll mulch it this fall. (Posted on 9/4/2014)

  2. Very pleased. Review by Maypop Passion Flower
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    I purchased this plant Spring 2014. I put it into a pot so I could bring it into my greenhouse this winter. It just had it's first 2 blooms today and it is SPECTACULAR!!! Posted August 13, 2014. I'm in Vancouver, WA. (Posted on 8/13/2014)

  3. Very pleased. Review by Maypop Passion Flower
    How do you rate this product?

    I purchased this plant Spring 2014. I put it into a pot so I could bring it into my greenhouse this winter. It just had it's first 2 blooms today and it is SPECTACULAR!!! Posted August 13, 2014. I'm in Vancouver, WA. (Posted on 8/13/2014)

  4. Did well in my zone 6a garden Review by Ken
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    I bought this plant in the spring of 2013 and planted it the bed that's against my house's foundation on the south side. The plant itself was about 18" from the foundation. It struggled a bit during the first year. I mulched it about 12' deep with wood chips in the late fall. I don't know if that was necessary but I did it anyway. I became convinced that it had perished in the harsh winter that followed as spring wore on - but in late spring I was rewarded when it popped up and started growing strongly. Not only that but another one appeared right next to the foundation and another a few inches from the first one. As of mid-July it has climbed about 4' up the trellis and looks robust and healthy. I'm anxious to see if it will flower this year. (Posted on 7/16/2014)