Which passion flowers produce fruit?

Passion flowers, scientifically known as Passiflora, are known for their intricate and beautiful blooms. Several species of passion flowers produce fruit, which is commonly referred to as passion fruit.

Passiflora edulis Produces small, purple passion fruits with sweet-tart pulp. Thrives in tropical and subtropical climates, popular in commercial cultivation.

Passiflora edulis f. flavicarpa Yellow passion fruit, larger and slightly more acidic than the purple variety. Prefers warmer tropical regions.

Passiflora ligularis Known as Sweet Granadilla, it produces orange to yellow fruits with sweet pulp. Grows well in high-altitude tropical areas.

Passiflora quadrangularis Giant Granadilla produces large, sweet fruits. Requires a tropical climate and ample space due to vigorous growth.

Passiflora incarnata Maypop produces green to yellowish fruits. Hardy in temperate regions, known for medicinal properties and edible fruit

Passiflora laurifolia Water Lemon, produces round, yellow to orange fruits with sweet, aromatic pulp. Prefers tropical environments.

By selecting the right species and providing proper care, you can enjoy the beautiful flowers and delicious fruits of passion flowers in your garden.

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