Passiflora coccinea (common names Scarlet passion flower, Red passion flower) is a fast-growing vine bearing striped 2 centimetres (0.79 in) passion fruits with edible pulp. The vine is native to the Amazon region of Peru, Brazil, and Bolivia as well as Venezuela and the Guianas.
P. coccinea has beautiful dark red flowers which share similarities with those of Passiflora vitifolia. It is usually grown from seeds or cuttings. The fruit is usually eaten fresh.
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