The passion flower is a creeper of southern American origin; despite its delicate appearance, it is a vigorous plant that is well resistant to cold, especially as regards the cerulean species, the most widespread in cultivation in Italy.
It was cooked in sunny places, with good fresh and rich soil, having the foresight to position it sheltered from the wind.
It needs fairly regular watering, from April to September.
In autumn, the long climbing stems are usually shortened to contain the plant.
In the market you can also find semirustic species, which need to be sheltered from the cold during the winter months, cultivate them in a large vase, so as to make it easier to manage the plants during the cold months.