Zones: 9 to 11
Size: To 12'
Exposure: Sun, Filtered Sun, Part Shade
Bright red flowers with almost spiky petals. Twining vine with tendrils.
From Bot. Repos.
Passion-flower with leaves two-lobed : lobes oblong and straddling, dotted beneath, and glaucous : segments of the cup linear. Native of the Caribbee Islands.
Published in Sp. Pl. 2: 956 in 1753.
From Bot. Reg.
Native of the West Indies. Found by Dr. Swartz growing in hedges on parched spots near the sea, on the southern side of Jamaica; by Sloane on the wooded rocky mountains of the same island. Introduced by Mr. William Fordyce in 1806.
Other names listed in Bot. Reg.: