Passiflora coccinea: Red granadilla

Passiflora coccinea, commonly called red passion flower or red granadilla, is a tropical, tendril-climbing, evergreen vine from South America that typically grows to 10-12’ and to 3-5’ wide and produces extremely showy scarlet red to deep red passion flowers. Hummingbirds and butterflies are attracted to the flowers.

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Photo: JBP, Singapore 20100513

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