Passiflora ‘Panda’ is a Passiflora with striking white flowers with a black eye.
It is a complex hybrid of Passiflora ‘Monika Fisher’ and ‘White Wedding’.
It is not hardy and must overwinter indoors.
Passiflora ‘Panda’ is a vine with large, fragrant flowers.
The flowers are 10 cm in diameter, white to pale lavender or soft blue, with a dark purple, almost black eye.
The flowering occurs from spring to autumn.
Passiflora: from the Latin passio (Passion) and flos (flower)
Panda: referring to a panda’s black eye
USDA zone 10-11
Tolerates a variety of soils
Keep substrate moist
Sun, partial shade
Weekly liquid universal fertilizer during growth
Needs tropical temperatures all year, can be cultivated in the garden only in the tropics, needs a heated greenhouse elsewhere
Can only be propagated by cuttings as it is a hybrid.