The Tropical Purple, Red, and White Passion Flower Vine
What an incredible plant, flower and Fruit, the Passion Flower Vine to have growing in your garden or even in a pot on your patio adding an exotic look and aroma.
Here you will learn how to grow passion vine, the passion flower extract from passion fruit plants and the medical uses that it’s used for & purchase the passionflower vine, Passion Flower Plant, its fruit and passion flower seeds.
There is a very unique flavor that comes form the passion fruit that is very desirable with a guava like sweet taste that is slightly musky, yet has a tangy taste to it as well.
The scientific name of plants that are in the passion flower genus name is passiflora.
It can come in powder forms in pills or most commonly as passion flower extract from the passion vines, from what I hear it really helps with the problems I mentioned above. The studies of this plant started way back in the 1930's.
Buy the Beautiful Passion Flower Plant
There are as many as 8 species that are native to many states in the US including California and Florida. To Purchase one of these exotic flowers just click on any of the links below.
This passion flower plant is not only grown for its beautiful flowers but as a medicinal herb known as the passion flower herb used to aide with problems of insomnia, sleeplessness, anxiety or restlessness and nervousness causing gastrointestinal problems.
Other species of the passion flower vines are found in New Zealand, Australia and Southern Asia, New Guinea and China but most of these are slightly different, but similar enough to be able to tell that they are a passion flower.
Passiflora Foetida Var Hibiscifolia Passion Flower Vine
This Is The Most Common Pruple Passion Flower
Sweet Calabash Vine
Growing Passion Flower, Passion Flower Plant, and the Passiflora Plant
These Beautiful Tropical passion flower plants are fairly easy to grow even indoors as a house plant, it will climb and vine anywhere you allow it to.
The most common purple flowers don’t last for very long usually only one day before falling off the vine, but luckily the plant will produce many flowers for you and your family to enjoy.
The Passion Flower Vine LOVE to be grown in full sun with short periods of shade.
When watering make sure to keep the soil consistently moist not wet around your passion flower vine but during the winter when they become dormant they will need less water.
If you’re growing them from seeds plant them late April, but like some other plants like the Morning Glory Flowers the seeds need to soak overnight in warm water to help soften the husk of the seed to help the seed to germinate.
Plant each seed about an inch deep, and make sure to plant them in a sunny spot. Using a liquid fertilizer when planting them can make a big difference in helping it get started.
If you want you can put them in a small pot then transplant them into the garden when they are a couple of inches big.
When growing passion flower you will notice at first your vines will grow about an inch a day.
Don’t let your soil dry out this plant drinks up the fluids around it quickly so keep an eye on it, keep it moist without overwatering and just watch your vine take off.
As your plant gets larger make sure to stake it or guide it up onto a trellis or arbor and you will be amazed at how this fast growing vine will become a magnificent flowering vine.
There have been reported side effects for passion flower but my suggestion is always talk to your Dr. first especially if you are taking other medications. And Please don't try making your own medicines at home.
There are many Health food stores and online health vitamins stores where you can purchase this herbal extract.