Passiflora 'Lady Margaret'

Passiflora ‘Lady Margaret’

Passiflora ‘Lady Margaret’ is a Passion flower with scarlet flowers with a white center that blooms profusely all summer.

It is not hardy and should be grown in pot in frost zones, overwintering inside or even grown as a house plant.

It is a hybrid between Passiflora coccinea x Passiflora incarnata.

Common names:

Passion flower, Passion fruit

Etymology:

Passiflora: composed of the Latin words passio (Passion) and flos (flower)
‘Lady Margaret’: origin unknown

Origin:

Hybrid

Flowering:

All summer

Hardiness:

USDA zone 10, 0 °C

Soil:

Nutritious and well drained



Height:

3-5 m

Exposure:

Sun, light

Propagation:

Cuttings

Cutting instructions:

  • proceed in spring or summer
  • take cuttings from the top of the stems and make sure there is a knot with older wood present
  • dip in cutting hormone (optional)
  • put in light potting soil and moisten
  • wrap the pot in a plastic bag to limit evaporation

Care:

  • daily watering during the growth period
  • give plenty of fertilizer: every 1 or 2 weeks
  • is suitable for windowsill or temperate greenhouse

Image sources

  • Passiflora ‘Lady Margaret’: Amada44

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