White passionflower

Passiflora subpeltata

A vine with slender climbing or creeping stems that are mostly hairless. Tendrils are produced at the bases of the alternately arranged leaves. Where the leaf stalk joins to the stems there is a two-lobed leafy structure 1-4 cm long. Its leaves are pale green with three rounded lobed and whitish or bluish-green undersides. Its large white flowers (4-5.5 cm across) are borne singly in the leaf forks. Its leathery egg-shaped fruit (about 4 cm long) are pale green, bluish-green or yellowish when mature.

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