Heavy yields of round, green to yellow fruit with yellow-orange juicy pulp from February to June
White flowers 5-8cm across, an attraction in themselves.
Fruit ids formed on currant season’s wood and will flower in the first year.
Evergreen vine with tendrils and deeply lobed green shiny leaves.
Can grow 1.5-7m per year once established.
Self-fertile. Flowers are only open for the day and start to wilt by the afternoon. Also need warm temperatures to be fertile. Passionfruit plants are insect pollinated, therefore adverse weather conditions during flowering may affect fruit set.