Superior Hardy Passionfruit Vine Plant Bundles – NATURALLY GROWN



Enjoy stunning beauty and tasty tropical-like fruits! This Superior line we discovered from 2 patches in our local region that both were producing exceptionally large, egg-sized fruits of delicious uncommon flavor and just full of ripe pulp.  We developed our own superior line from these two original findings and we propagate these via our seeds.

Blake has been foraging for these fruits since the early 2000s and learned most wild vines produce mediocre fruit in both flavor and size. Not these! Ours have much better flavor, size, quality, and production than average.

Passionfruit vines, being hardy natives, are little touched by insects or disease of any kind, and are quite productive of fruits. The vines grow vigorously and will soon rapidly climb and create stunning ornamental cover for arbors, fences, decks, etc, making a wonderful natural screen and shade. One vine seems able to produce about 15-20 fruits per season, which is September-November. The vines and leaves are a potent natural relaxant and sleep aid and sold in the health food industry for that use. The flowers begin to come on around July-August and are just stunning. Plants vines about 3-4 feet apart as early in the season after all danger of frost. Very winter hardy once established. Come late autumn it dies back to the ground in zone 6 but in late spring will resprout from it’s roots and flower and fruit again, thus it is a PERENNIAL. In Zones 8-10 may become a permanent woody vine. Will flower and fruit usually the same year of planting if planted in spring. These seedlings come from superior fruiting vines of excellent quality, size and flavor and represent much better than average genetics. These are Passiflora incarnata. See photos. Naturally Grown at Peaceful Heritage Nursery.


Resistant to: Highly resistant to insects and disease in general. Watch out for Japanese beetles, which can sometimes eat the flowers.

Pollination: Self-Pollinating

Plant Size: 8-24″ Tall when shipped in the growing season.  When these ship between February-April the small plants will be dormant and little to no (annual) vine may be present, but the perennial roots are there and will grow new vines rapidly come May, and usually fruit that first summer in most places.

Zones 6-10

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