W. et J. de RUITER VASTGOED VOF - European P.B.R.
We have added 2 attractive, vigorous and rich-flowering passionflower varieties
to our range of climbers. The new selections are strong growers and are covered
in buds or flowers (each open bloom lasts 1 or 2 days) from April till early autumn.
its name suggests, 'Perfume Passion'
is a perfumed variety. The large flowers have a lemon scent and are quite typical
in shape and colour with dark mauve-pink petals.
The attractive, shiny, dark
green foliage is resistant to black spot.
This self-clinging climber is well
branched and of medium height.
Passionflowers need light whether they're planted inside or outside and should
be protected from the wind.
They prefer an acid soil which is moist but well-drained,
with regular watering at the roots. Winter protection is recommended.
in a pot or in the garden 'Perfume Passion'
will produce a succession of large flowers throughout the season.
back in the spring, or before protecting for the winter, in order to keep the
plants a manageable size. Remove any weak growth and reduce the main stems to
less than a meter long.