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90587  

Passiflora 'Blue Bouquet'




Passiflora Blue Bouquet

$12.95  

NEW! - Each flower comprises blue and white filaments surrounding a dark purple center over pale blue petals. The 3 inch flowers appear in great profusion in summer. It's a cross between Passiflora caerulea and Passiflora 'Lavender Lady' by Richard J. McCain in 1989. Very hardy.

68016  

Passiflora caerulea




Passiflora caerulea

$10.95  

The old-fashioned passionflower. A vigorous grower, with 5-lobed leaves and lightly scented white flowers with an intense blue corona. A good pollinator for most fruiting types, it bears egg-shaped orange fruits of its own. One of the hardiest species, deciduous with heavy frost, but root hardy with protection. Good houseplant for sunny window. From Brazil, Argentina.

CP1  

Passiflora Collection




Passiflora Collection

$34.95  

3 different, our choice:

68051  

Passiflora 'Purple Tiger'




Passiflora Purple Tiger

$15.95  

Huge crimson red fragrant flowers with a purple and white corona. Large edible fruit. Similar to Passiflora phoenicia, with even larger flowers. 32F.

68059  

Passiflora subpeltata




Passiflora subpeltata

$12.95  

White flowers staying open for several days. Lobed leaves. Easily grown as a houseplant in a sunny window.

72881  

Turnera ulmifolia

Sage Rose, Yellow Buttercup, Yellow Alder



Turnera ulmifolia

$8.95  

Cheery single bright yellow flowers with dark green serrated leaves adorn this small compact shrub. The flowers open at sunrise and close at sunset. This compact plant grows up to 2 feet tall and wide in sun or part shade. Looks attractive in mass plantings or in a border and is attractive to butterflies. Native to the West Indies, Mexico, and Central America. Not frost hardy. Was in Turneraceae family, which has now been combined with Passifloraceae. Passifloraceae





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