Blue Passion Flower
A central and south American native, Passiflora Caerulea is a vigorous climber with glossy green lobed leaves.
In summer, bowl shaped white flowers with blue and white zoned coronas to around 7 or 10 cm across.
Later small orange yellow fruits are produced, which are edible although not flavorsome.
Can grow up to 10 meters if given enough climbing space, but can be easily trained to any form.
Minimum recommended temperature around -5°C.