Passiflora vitifolia is a vine with cylindric stems covered in red-brown hairs when young. The name is derived from the shape of leaves resembling that of grape leaves. The flowers are a beautiful deep red. Leaves are five-lobed and flowers are slightly smaller, but with the same stunningly beautiful flower and edible fruit
spring and summer through fall.
Full sun but will tolerate light shade for a short portion of the day.
The vine is moderately hardy and can be killed back by hard freezing temperatures or prolonged frosts.
Time release fertilizer granules in early spring and again in summer.
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