Genus of about 500 species of mainly evergreen climbers, with exquisite, clock-faced flowers, each featuring a central construction, consisted of numerous filaments, called the corona, situated under the stamens that resemble clock hands.
Latin name: Passiflora caerulea
Grow in full usn or part shade, in moderately moist, well-drained soils and tropical or subtropical climates.
Train on fences and trellises.
Propagated by semi-woody cuttings in summer.
Five-lobed leaves and white flowers with a crown banded with a blue outer ring, an intermediate white and a central purple ring.