In contrast to the other Passiflora caerulea, this beautiful robust climber does not bloom in blue-white, but shines in green-cream-white. The star-shaped flowers smell slightly and reach a size of 8 -10 cm. The long flowering phase stretches from May to the end of September and the growth of this vine is between 150 – 400 cm. It lumbers and can be cut back in spring if necessary. There are 6 -7 cm large fruits formed, but these are not edible.