Wednesday, July 15, 2009

'Incense' Passion Flower

This first picture is of the main garden this morning before the heat and humidity set in.

Do click on the pictures for a larger view.



This next set of pictures is of the passion flower vine 'Incense'.
The scent is wonderful and I just love the colors.
I was out trimming the hedge around the secret garden and saw these.
They grow wild and spread without help from this humble gardener.















Musings from FL zone 10







3 comments:

Sue said...

LOL, FlowerLady! I can't keep up with your posting! I leave a comment, go back to your home page, and there is another post! I have a passion vine with narrow leaves in the front yard. It hasn't bloomed yet. I almost bought one with larger leaves today, that is a perennial in zone 6, so it could possibly survive zone 5b if the conditions were favorable. I got a different vine I can't remember the name of.

Well, I better go garden with the neighbor boy. I'm tired, and plan to come in early enough to read more blogs. I've gotten behind again.

LeSan said...

That is the most amazing flower I think I have seen. I feel so pedestrian living here in the PNW with our ferns and tulips. Really beautiful and so great that you can grow this with ease.

sweet bay said...

That Passion Flower is crazy beautiful! Wonderful shots too.