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Passion Flower ‘La Lucchese’ (Passiflora hybrid)

Passion Flower ‘La Lucchese’ (Passiflora hybrid)

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$12.95
R2473-2

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2.5" Pot Size
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Passion Flower ‘La Lucchese’ (Passiflora hybrid)
Large, 4” flowers with long, delicate, light purple petals and frilly banded filaments make ‘La Lucchese’ outstanding in the world of passion flowers. Its free blooming nature brings nearly year-round floral beauty to any sunny growing space. Give it support or grow in a hanging basket and this fragrant passion flower will delight you with its incredible blooms. A Maurizio Vecchia hybrid.
Hardiness Zone 10
Bloom Season Everbloomer
Sun Requirement Full Sun
Grows to 2-3'
Minimum Temperature Indoors 60
Plant Type Fragrant, Good for a Hanging Basket
  1. Great passion flower - highly recommend! Review by edith
    How do you rate this product?

    La Lucchese has been simply spectacular!
    I bought this plant along with two other passion flowers at the beginning of the 2017 season and immediately put all three on my exposed porch. One of them (P. miniata) has not changed a bit , although it does appear to be showing a bit of new growth now (mid-October). The second (White Wedding) has grown nicely but not flowered. However, as I write this, La Lucchese has at least five gorgeous blossoms and many more on the way (which unfortunately will probably not come to fruition as frost is long overdue).
    This is a vigorous, floriferous plant with a lovely blossom. I am in Northern New Hampshire (zone 4) and will bring it in once we have had the first frost and hopefully it will overwinter in its pot in my unheated attic.

    I left P. miniata in its original pot as it appeared somewhat marginal even upon receipt. I put LaLucchese and White Wedding together in a nursery (gallon?) pot in ProMix. (Posted on 10/14/2017)