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Passiflora edulis 'Frederick'

…9m (29ft). The unusual, wispy fronds on the white and purple blooms make an unusual change from normal pasion flowers and these will cover his plant from late spring onwards. The flowers will later produce yellow/orange fruit in the autumn to further extend the range…  More Info

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Passiflora caerulea

…rather unpleasant to taste. An easily trained, vigorous climber that will quickly cover sunny walls and pergolas. Height: 10m (32?). Supplied as 40mm plug plants. Supplied in 2 litre pots. Culinary information: Some parts of these flowers are edible. Click here for more…  More Info

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Garden Gear 2.2M Metal Garden Arch

…great. This garden arch is not only decorative but also acts as a plant support for climbing plants and flowers such as clematis and passion flowers; you can grow a whole variety of plants and flowers that will grow up and become a part of the arch. …  More Info

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Pieris japonica 'Passion'

…Pieris japonica 'Passion' is at its best in spring, when whorled, vivid red foliage appear as well as a profusion of small pink-red flowers. This 'Lily of the Valley Shrub' requires minimum pruning, but it can be pruned to a required size and this will encourage…  More Info

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