Thought this was 2 clematis when i put it in 5 months ago.

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But now im sure one is somthing elce. The passion flower is breath takeing. And they love to grow. And still grow ect.hears a full and near pic.
 

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Are those white passionflowers beautiful! They can take over very quickly. Next door but one has one or two covering their whole tree and that is a MASSIVE tree. I have the ordinary one and I really love eating their fruits for breakfast. Yummy!
 

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This one has edible fruits. Don't know about yours.

From RHS

Edibility of fruit


P. edulis is the species grown, in warmer climates, for its edible fruit.

The relatively winter-hardy Passiflora caerulea often produces egg-shaped orange fruits in warm British summers. They can be eaten when fully ripe, but please be aware that under-ripe fruits (yellow) can cause stomach upsets.

All other parts of the Passiflora plants are potentially harmful and should not be eaten.
 

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