Passionflower “Lady Margaret” (Passiflora coccinea x incarnata)
Passionflower can be brewed into teas, made into tinctures, or encapsulated. Makes a great addition to bath blends. Passionflower is combined with hawthorn as a cardiotonic, and with lemon balm, Valerian, and St. Johns wort for sedative teas.
~~ Passiflora caerulea ~~ Believe it or not I grow these in Arizona! Bought online from Florida a few years ago, soon to be making passion oil as well as passion preserves. More to come!
beauty-rendezvous: Passiflora ~ Passion flower ~ Passifloraceae by Designs by iRis on Flickr
passiflora alata. Planted the seeds today. Hope mine will look like this next summer...
Passionflowers. Exotic flowers like these don't have to be limited to tropical gardens. A vigorous perennial vine that climbs via tendrils, the passionflower is a conversation piece. Photo by Evan Leeson thanks to and via @Age Hill
Passiflora caerulea, or passion flower is a real show stopper. To see more climbers, visit our website: http://www.gardenersworld.com/plants/features/plants/10-climbers-to-grow/4805.html Photo by Jason Ingram
Passiflora~passion flower, named for the parts of the flower representing Jesus…