Strong and of good growth, this passiflora offers continual decor from April to the end of summer.
As its name suggests, the abundant flowers of 'Perfume Passion' are fragrant. The large typical passiflora flowers are white and deep violet pink and are very pleasantly lemon-scented.
The attractive, shiny, dark green foliage is resistant to black spot and deciduous to semi-evergreen.
Well branched average creeper.
The plant withstands -5°C to -10°C if it is in a sheltered spot (against a wall, south or west facing).
Passionflowers need light, whether they're inside or outside. They must be protected from the wind and the cold, except in a warm climate.
Cutting back in the spring or before wintering is recommended to maintain a manageable size. Remove any weak growth and reduce the main stems to under 1 m long.