Passiflora tarminiana


Banana Passionfruit is a rampant climber from South
America, with tendrils enabling it to climb into tall
trees. The leaves are deeply three-lobed and up to 10
cm long; small teeth occur along the leaf margins. The
attractive pink flowers are pendulous and up to 10 cm
in length. The yellow fruit are edible when ripe, hence
the common name.