Can a passion flower be harmful?

Answer Passionflower, otherwise known as Passiflora incarnata, is not shown to be harmful when taken in recommended dosages. If taken in large doses the herb can stimulate uterine tissues because of the ... Read More »

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When can I put my passion flower outside?

The passion flower plant variety Passiflora caerulea is hardy and can be grown year-round outdoors in USDA growing zones 8 through 11; these areas have mild winters. This plant should not be placed... Read More »

The Meaning of the Passion Flower?

The U.S. Department of Agriculture lists 41 plants that have "passionflower" as part of their name. Passiflora L., known simply as passionflower, is the first name on the USDA's list. It grows in 1... Read More »

How do I care for the passion flower?

IndoorsPlace the passion flower in an area with bright light for at least four hours per day, but avoid direct sunlight. Water it regularly to keep the soil moist when the flower is in the growing ... Read More »

Passion Flower or Maypop?

Called by many names, passion flower or Maypop (Passiflora incarnata) belongs to the genus Passiflora, which encompasses more than 400 species. Its distinctive flowers and fast-vining habit mark th... Read More »