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Passiflora lutea

Categories:
Native Plants, Perennials, Vines
Comment:

Native herbaceous vine found statewide in woodlands, forests, thickets and maritime forest. Flowers are small, about 1 inch across, pale greenish-yellow to off-white, blooming in late summer to fall. Leaves are wider than they are long, and softly lobed.

Attracts the Gulf fritillary butterfly

Season:
Summer
Height:
10-20 ft.
Flower Color:
Pale yellow,
Hardiness:
5-10
Zones:
5-10
Habit:
Climbing vine
Texture:
Delicate vine
Tags:
vine, summer bloom, native

NCCES plant id: 3306

Passiflora lutea Passiflora lutea
Debbie Roos