Come! Ms. Dunlap will give two talks at the CNPS Conservation Conference Feb. 1-3 in LA!

One regarding a database of 3,700 nectar plants (& how to collect images to benefit pollinators), and the other regarding
a prototypical key incorporating a novel plant identification system that produced an order of magnitude improvement.

Passiflora ‘Coral Seas’

Family: Passifloraceae


Native to: Ecuador

Sentiment: faith


Type: vine

Form: spreading

Leaves evergreen

Max height: 0.00 feet

Max width: 29.5 feet






Attracts wildlife: adult butterfly, specific butterfly species

Plant features: climbing vine, evergreen, woody vine

Exposure: part shade, sun

Landscape uses: arbor, trellis or espalier

Propagates by: cutting, seed

flowers in spring

flowers in summer

Soil types: loam, well drained

USDA Zone: zone 9 to +20 f

Temp. range: +20 to +30 °F

Water: moderate, regular

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Passiflora 'Coral Seas' can grow to nearly 30 feet in length in temperate zones. Try it with confidence in Zone 9. It is a very striking coral flowering vine that flowers in spring and summer, and is best given support with a trellis or arbor. It prefers well draining soil and moderate water. It is propagated via cutting or seed. It prefers moderate or regular watering.

Passiflora will attract adult butterflies to feed. If you have this plant, please let us know what butterflies come to feed. Passiflora is a host plant to Gulf Fritillary, (Agraulis vanillae), a butterfly dependent upon garden plants to survive.