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Passiflora caerulea 'Constance Elliot'
common name: Passion flower
climber, evergreen, semi-evergreen, scented/aromatic
poisonous or irritant
dry soil, moist soil
preferred soil pH: any
minimum temp: -6°C
USDA zone: 9 to 10
White flowered form of the hardy blue passion flower. Delicately scented. Deeply divided, rich green leaves. May produce egg-shaped, yellow-orange fruits, particularly following hot summers.
Well drained, fertile soil in sun or part shade. Reasonably hardy and usually successful in a mild or sheltered position.
If required, prune lightly in autumn. In spring old shoots can be cut back by about one third.
Raised by Kucombe and Prince, Exeter, UK