Very interesting coastal plant native to the Florida Keys. Passiflora multiflora has furry, oval shaped leaves and the tiniest yellow flowers borne in great masses.
Subgenus: Decaloba, Supersection: Multiflora. Photo courtesy of Ron Boender.
Light: Full sun, part shade. There will be less flowers in part shade.
Soil: A wide range of soil, but it must be well-drained.
Fertilizer: A slow-release, bloom-booster type fertilizer is appreciated, but beware of using a fertilizer with too much nitrogen as it may push leaves at the expense of flowers.
Hardiness: Zone 10.
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