3ft Passiflora Amethyst 'Lavender Lady' | 3L Pot |

Code: PL13661
3ft Passiflora Amethyst 'Lavender Lady' | 3L Pot |
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3ft Passiflora Amethyst 'Lavender Lady' | 3L Pot |
Passiflora Amethyst 'Lavender Lady' - 3L Pot

‘Lavender Lady’ is a vigorous, evergreen climber. From July to September it blooms and produces vivid violet-purple flowers with contrasting green anthers surrounded by deep-green leathery foliage. Orange fruit appears after the flowers which is edible, although not tasty, but does add excellent colour in autumn. With its vigorous growing habit it would look great trained up a warm sheltered wall or trellis and can also be grown in containers.

  • Arrives as: 3L Pot
  • Approx. Growth Height and Spread: 2.5-4m x 0.5-1.5m
  • Flower Colour: Purple
  • Flowering Period: July-September
  • Growth Rate: Vigorous
  • Evergreen/ Deciduous: Evergreen
  • Scented: No
  • Hardiness: Half-Hardy
  • Position: Full Sun/Partial Shade
  • Exposure: Sheltered
  • Habit: Climbing
  • Soil: Sand, Clay, Chalk, Loam

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Caring and Maintenance

Passion Flowers need to be supported to be able to climb and thrive. Where possible place them next to a trellis or fence. They do not need to be pruned but it can help to encourage growth and keep the growing vine in control. In spring remove dead stems. Passion Flowers need to be watered especially during dry spells.


Passion Flower plants can be grown in containers and also planted in the garden. They are fast growing climbers that will thrive in both the full sun or partial shade. Their vigorous habit means that they can become a nuisance. They should be planted in soil that is moist and well drained with a pH level of 6.5-7.5. They benefit from having a layer of organic mulch in the soil.

This is an example of a 2.5L 'Lavender Lady' Passion Flower from our nursery

Customer Reviews

Average Rating: 3.0/5 (1 review)

Rating: 3/5

"Healthy looking plant but a bit tangled with accompanying plant. Labels conflicting advice - one says half hardy protect from low temperatures but the other says hardy and no protection needed. Bring a less experienced gardener found this confusing g and a bit annoying as felt needed to reconsider its position in the garden"

Reviewed Monday, 28 May 2018

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