Passiflora foetida Urbaniana 8 seeds
Seeds from one of the most exotic of all passion vines Urbania one of the varieties of Foedita . This is a very dainty and fragile looking passifloras with its feathery bracts surrounding the bud and speckled pink blossoms. The is hardy in zones 9 and above, but here in zone 8B I have had mine come back for the past three years. The 10 foot vine has clusters of 2 and a half inch bright speckled flowers that blossoms from April thru August, it does slow down when the temperatures get in the high 90s. The fragrance is very delicate and the fruit is not the edible type. . This plant is very vigorous and grows quickly to cover the small arbor in a few weeks, in part or full sun, and therefor is a desirable plant for quick coverage. Passiflora foetida is a North American native host plant for the Gulf Fritillary, the Variegated Fritillary, the Zebra Longwing, and the Julia butterflies.