Passionflower Bat-Wing


Passiflora coriacea
Also known as: Bat-leaf



Passiflora coriacea
Also known as: Bat-Leaf

The bat-wing passion flower is a shade tolerant vine that has distinctive bat wing shaped leaves that may have a pale green stripe along the midrib. It has small yellow/light green colored flowers and produces small black berries the size of a small grape. The berries are inedible to humans but are very attractive to birds. Native to Mexico and Peru.

Please beware that parts of this plant may be toxic if ingested.

Yearly Foliage: Perennial vine

Hardiness Zone: 8-10

Light:  Partial or filter Shade

Mature Growth: 20 feet high

Soil: Average

Blooms: Summer

Wildlife: Nectar-butterflies

Larval Host Plant for: Zebra Heliconian, Gulf Fritillary, Julia, Variegated Fritillary butterflies

Plant Size when available: 1 quart, 1 gallon, 2 gallon, 3 gallon

Additional information

Weight 7 lbs
Dimensions N/A

1 Quart, 1 Gallon, 2 Gallon, 3 Gallon