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One of nature's wonders, these attractive, vigorous vines produce breathtakingly complex and beautiful flowers. Beginning blooming in July and continuing until frost, these spectacular flowers will enliven your yard and inspire you and your friends and neighbors. We have many years of experience with Blue Crown and Maypop Passionflowers and can testify to their hardiness in our region. While our other unique varieties are reportedly hardy, we suggest planting them in a protected location and mulching thickly if severe cold threatens. Maypop can be grown in much colder regions than the Pacific Northwest.

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Blue Crown

Blue Crown

A beautiful, fast growing and hardy vine, Blue Crown produces spectacular, bluish-white flowers which begin blooming in July and continue until hard frost. Blue Crown is evergreen to about 15º F. Mulching with straw or other similar material during severe cold will help protect the roots.
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An attractive and very hardy perennial vine native to the Eastern U.S., Maypop produces abundant, showy, pinkish purple flowers from July until frost. Maypop fruits are greenish yellow with the delicious and sprightly taste of tropical Passionfruit. Maypop freezes to the ground in late fall and comes back in late spring.
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$ 17.95
White Crown

White Crown

A rare and attractive form of Blue Crown Passionflower, White Crown's pure white petals and filaments distinguish it from its cousin. White Crown is evergreen to about 15º F. Mulching with straw or other similar material during severe cold will help insulate the roots.
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