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Exotic, Cold-Hardy and Unique Passion Fruit Vine!
Why Nancy Garrison Passion Fruit Vines?
Grow your own exotic passion fruit from home with the Nancy Garrison Passion Fruit Vine! This evergreen fruiting vine, named after a master gardener in Santa Clara County, is cold hardy down to 25℉ and continues to grow year-round even in cooler temperatures, unlike most passion fruit vines.
The Nancy Garrison Passion Fruit Vine is a continual bloomer spring through summer, displaying impressive green, white, and purple flowers. Unlike the standard passion fruit vine, the blooms of the Nancy Garrison are curled, and are more for show than fragrance.
After enjoying the Nancy Garrison’s beautiful display of blooms, you'll reap a bountiful harvest of fresh, exotic passion fruit starting in the late summer and into fall. The Nancy Garrison produces fruit that resembles an egg in size and shape, with a purple rind, orange flesh, and crunchy seeds. While the seeds are edible, the rind is not - simply scoop out the pulp and seeds with a spoon.
The Nancy Garrison Passion Fruit is tart and sweet in taste, with notes of orange flavor. You’ll know the fruit is ready for picking when the skin is purple throughout with slight dimples, and detaches easily from the vine. Your Nancy Garrison Passion Fruit will continue to ripen off the vine, and is good for about a week when kept in the fridge.
An added benefit of the Nancy Garrison Passion Fruit Vine? It can produce fruit even in a container! Simply place it in a spot on your patio that receives full sun, in a pot with well-draining soil. Otherwise, an arbor or trellis will be useful for the vine to hold onto as it grows.
Don’t wait - grab your Nancy Garrison Passion Fruit Vine today and start enjoying the benefits of this exotic evergreen!
Full Planting & Care Instructions
|Mature Height:||15-20 ft.|
|Botanical Name:||Passiflora edulis ‘Nancy Garrison’|
|Does Not Ship To:||AZ|
|Grows Well In Zones:||4-11 patio / 8-11 outdoors|