Swaziland's Alien Plants Database

Passiflora subpeltata Ortega
Invasive, Minor problem species
Origin: Central and South America (Central Mexico to Colombia and Venezuela)
Growth Form: Climber
Plant Description: Plant: Glabrous, perennial, tendril climber; stems cylindrical, up to 5 m high. Leaves: Rather shallowly three-lobed, bluish- or greyish-green beneath, margins entire or glandular-serrulate in or near the lobe sinuses, lobes elliptic to oblong, obtuse or pointed, not long-tapering; stipules large, ovate-oblong, 15–40 mm long. Flowers: Pure white to 50 mm across, November–June. Fruit: Berries, green becoming yellowish, ellipsoid or globose, ± leathery, about 50 mm long.
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