Passionflower, Ruby Glow 
Passiflora alata “Ruby Glow”

Red Passion Vine has huge, red or dark maroon 5" blooms that emit a heady, nutmeg scent. The vine begins blooming in August and continues through the fall to the first cold snap. This vine is viable as an evergreen specimen to 30 degrees F and must be mulched well if utilized as a landscape addition. The Red Passionflower can produce fruit if it is cross-pollinated by a second blooming plant. In its native habitat of Brazil, the people call this plant ouvaca meaning “Red Star.” The egg-shaped fruit is yellow to orange and said to be delectable. It is a stellar bee, butterfly, and hummingbird plant.