Passiflora Sherry (Red) – Plant
Passiflora is a genus of about 500 species of flowering plants. They are mostly vines, with some being shrubs, and a few species being herbaceous.
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The passiflora known more commonly as the “passion flower vine” is one of the “new” vines introduced for spring color offerings available at garden centers. If you’re ready to add a conversation plant or something really unique to the outside patio, take a look at this Brazilian native.
Common name: Krushan kamal(marathi)
Color: The plant carry blue and white color
Bloom time: This plant growing winter and spring season
Height: plant them in a container with a diametre of 16 -18 cm and repot in approx
Difficulty level: Easy
This plant is suitable for growing indoors
Full sun or light shade
Requires consistently moist soil
Water as needed during the growing season if Mother Nature fails to provide. Passion flower vines require an average amount of water, about 1 – 1.5″ per week
Because passionflower vines are heavy feeders, they benefit from regular application of a balanced, general-purpose fertilizer with similar proportions of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium.
- Water red passionflower vines deeply once or twice a week, saturating the soil to the root level.
- Prune dead or diseased vines back to the main vine in the spring before new growth resumes.
- rim to maintain overall shape and size by removing overgrown vines.
- Passionflower herb is used in alternative medicine for anxiety, insomnia, nervous disorders and seizures.