Passiflora lutea Dwarf Passion Vine 1g

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Passiflora lutea (Dwarf Passion Vine) small intricate yellow flowers; host plant for Gulf Frittilary and Zebra Longwing butterflies. Needs shade. Yellow-green foliage.
Zone 5-10


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    Passiflora Luta

    Posted by Dorothy Caldwell on Nov 23rd 2022

    beautiful plant. looks very healthy

  • 5
    The plants came In healthy.

    Posted by John Atteberry on Oct 18th 2022

    Great looking plants.

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    dwarf passion vine

    Posted by Sandra Hawkins on Apr 11th 2022

    Love it

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    Passiflora Lutea

    Posted by Simon on Mar 8th 2022

    Thank you for a beautiful plant.

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    Dwarf Passionvine (passiflora Lutea)

    Posted by Joy on Jul 4th 2018

    Received my order promptly and plants were HEALTHY and ready to use: they’re the food source for my favorite butterfly, The Zebra Longwing, and I have lots of them this year. I can always count on MAIL ORDER NATIVES to ship quickly with mature, healthy plants.

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    happy with plant ordered

    Posted by Unknown on Aug 15th 2016

    The passion vine I ordered came in looking great. I was also happy with the size of the plant received.

  • 5
    Outstanding plant!

    Posted by A. Hart on Apr 11th 2016

    I ordered one passiflora lutea. It arrived in perfect condition and was packaged meticulously. It arrived dormant with a healthy rootball. It's only been a couple of weeks and the vine is growing well and budding out. There are even a few small leaves showing! I'm a happy customer and Mail Order Natives is at the top of my plant vendor list!

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    Happy customer...

    Posted by Loree on Apr 16th 2015

    The plants arrived looking great. Well packaged and good sized for mail-order. I was a little concerned since they were coming all the way across the country via UPS Ground but was willing to take a chance to keep shipping at a reasonable cost to plant ratio. The weather cooperated (not too hot, not too cold). I can't wait to get them in the ground!