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Passionflower - Climbing Plant

Passionflower - Climbing Plant

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Young plant in pot size of your choice.

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Resistance: -10

Passionflower, or “passiflora incarnata”, also known as “passion fruit flower” or “grenadilla” because its fruit resembles a small pomegranate, belongs to the Passifloraceae family, which has several hundred varieties. 'species.

The passion flower or 'Passion flower' is a flower in excess: enormous stamens and a pistil, all you can see of the flower is them! And that’s what makes this vine so original and unique! Outdoors, it will be trellised against a wall or climbed along a pergola. Indoors, it can create a plant separation between two rooms, planted in a container.

It is important to respect a space of ten cm between the wall and the trellis for air circulation. Passionflower grows in rich, well-drained, ordinary or even clay soil. Planting is carried out in spring, around March-April in mild regions (in May elsewhere). A drainage layer is placed at the bottom of the planting hole, covered with a mixture of potting soil and heather soil. To help the plant settle in, tilt the rootball towards its future support, water a little and mulch its surface to a thickness of five to ten cm. We follow its growth by training it.
In a pot, the ideal soil mixture is equal parts heather soil, loam and potting soil.

Where the plant ? Plant them in the ground passion flowers the most rustic ( Passiflora caerula) in open ground in rich, well-drained soil, in sunny exposure. The drier and more well-drained the soil is in winter, the more plant will be able to withstand the cold.

A few maintenance steps!

Around March-April, the stems which are unsightly and blackened during the cold season are pruned. We shorten the stems that we have decided to keep, we clean the overcrowded or too large plants and the old stems are cut at ground level.

it is important to respect a space of ten cm between the wall and the trellis for air circulation. Passionflower grows in rich, well-drained, ordinary or even clay soil.

Passionflower contains active ingredients in large quantities, flavonoids and alkaloids, known to be relaxing and calming.

1. Anxiolytic : passionflower is known to calm the nervous system, in fact it causes the release of endorphins, molecules of well-being and has an interaction with opioid receptors.

2. Used in cases of insomnia , it relaxes the muscles thanks to this production of endorphins and therefore helps with natural sleep. It does not cause any addiction.

3. It calms hypersensitivity and hyperactivity.

4. Useful in cases of weaning alcohol, cannabis or opiates, it soothes states of extreme anxiety.

5. She also has virtues antispasmodics and relieves headaches, period pain, spasmodic asthma, muscle cramps, nervous contractions.

6. She is cough suppressant and would calm asthma attacks.

7. The tangy taste fruit of passionflower edulis is particularly appreciated in coulis, sorbets, juices.

It is frequently prepared as an infusion of its flowers, or as a tincture. Its sedative effect is effective, don't overdo it!

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Young plant in pot size of your choice.

Image search result for “planting passionflower”

Resistance: -10

Passionflower, or “passiflora incarnata”, also known as “passion fruit flower” or “grenadilla” because its fruit resembles a small pomegranate, belongs to the Passifloraceae family, which has several hundred varieties. 'species.

The passion flower or 'Passion flower' is a flower in excess: enormous stamens and a pistil, all you can see of the flower is them! And that’s what makes this vine so original and unique! Outdoors, it will be trellised against a wall or climbed along a pergola. Indoors, it can create a plant separation between two rooms, planted in a container.

It is important to respect a space of ten cm between the wall and the trellis for air circulation. Passionflower grows in rich, well-drained, ordinary or even clay soil. Planting is carried out in spring, around March-April in mild regions (in May elsewhere). A drainage layer is placed at the bottom of the planting hole, covered with a mixture of potting soil and heather soil. To help the plant settle in, tilt the rootball towards its future support, water a little and mulch its surface to a thickness of five to ten cm. We follow its growth by training it.
In a pot, the ideal soil mixture is equal parts heather soil, loam and potting soil.

Where the plant ? Plant them in the ground passion flowers the most rustic ( Passiflora caerula) in open ground in rich, well-drained soil, in sunny exposure. The drier and more well-drained the soil is in winter, the more plant will be able to withstand the cold.

A few maintenance steps!

Around March-April, the stems which are unsightly and blackened during the cold season are pruned. We shorten the stems that we have decided to keep, we clean the overcrowded or too large plants and the old stems are cut at ground level.

it is important to respect a space of ten cm between the wall and the trellis for air circulation. Passionflower grows in rich, well-drained, ordinary or even clay soil.

Passionflower contains active ingredients in large quantities, flavonoids and alkaloids, known to be relaxing and calming.

1. Anxiolytic : passionflower is known to calm the nervous system, in fact it causes the release of endorphins, molecules of well-being and has an interaction with opioid receptors.

2. Used in cases of insomnia , it relaxes the muscles thanks to this production of endorphins and therefore helps with natural sleep. It does not cause any addiction.

3. It calms hypersensitivity and hyperactivity.

4. Useful in cases of weaning alcohol, cannabis or opiates, it soothes states of extreme anxiety.

5. She also has virtues antispasmodics and relieves headaches, period pain, spasmodic asthma, muscle cramps, nervous contractions.

6. She is cough suppressant and would calm asthma attacks.

7. The tangy taste fruit of passionflower edulis is particularly appreciated in coulis, sorbets, juices.

It is frequently prepared as an infusion of its flowers, or as a tincture. Its sedative effect is effective, don't overdo it!