Two-Flowered Passion Flower
An exotic and interesting Passiflora known for its white blooms which occur in pairs.
A fast-growing vine with semi-lobed leaves. Vines may grow many feet in a single season.
Exact hardiness unknown. Probably hardy to frosts and some sources claim hardiness as low as 15-20F.
Grow in full sun or part shade. Water regularly. Once established it is extremely fast-growing.
By seeds, which can take weeks to a few months to sprout. Seeds should be planted in warm soil and soaked for 24-48 hours in warm water prior to planting. Giberrelic acid treatments helps as well. Also propagated by stem cuttings.
Grown as an ornamental for its pretty flowers.
Native to the Americas. It also grows wild in parts of Southern Florida.