Garlic Passion Fruit
A strange Passion Fruit, with rounded and elongated, green-ripening fruits that have a translucent pulp with a sweet flavor that has strong overtones of garlic.
A perennial, climbing vine with tri-lobed leaves a bit like some of its more common relatives such as Passiflora mollissima. Pink-lavender colored flowers are borne on the ends of long peduncles.
Extremely rare, not known much in cultivation. Fruits are edible and are eaten in the plants native range.
Native to the Southern Atlantic coastal regions of Brazil.