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- (Passion-Flowers) Poetry of Julia Ward Howe. Boston: Ticknor, Reed, and Fields, 1854.
- Antiirritant and sedative, its roots and leaves are used in skin care formulations for their soothing properties.
- The passion flowers or passion vines (Passiflora) are a genus of about 500 species of flowering plants, the namesakes of the family Passifloraceae. They are mostly vines, with some being shrubs, and a few species being herbaceous.
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Passion Flower vine #2 - Hexagonal white band in Corona : B 03
On the way to the local corner shop to buy
milk this afternoon I took the camera just in case, and had another look at the Passion Flower vine I photographed before.
Crossing the road a bit further down I saw another Passion Flower vine growing amongst a large Fuschia bush which was being visited by some industrious worker bees, anxious to make the most of what they know is one of the last warm weeks we'll have before the cold comes to kill their precious food supply.
If you're bored by bees and flower
s, look away now and come back in nine photos time...
DSC 5748 - E "RED PASSION FLOWER"
I was SO pleased when this passion
flower vine put out this first and only, so far, bloom! I bought the plant at a local nursery and was excited to see the red flower. I've had the purple ones before, but my attempts to keep them alive under grow lights all winter didn't work out. I love the deep crimson of these petals. One thing I noticed is that this flower is a bit smaller than the purple ones.
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