One of the less-known Passionflower species, this cool liana may surprise you with little berries and, given the right environment, a pretty aggressive trailing habit.
The Corkystem Passionflower is a cool climbing plant that grows up to almost 20 feet (6 meters) and has different leaf shapes. As it gets older, its lower trunk looks like it's made of cork. The leaves are green and can look like ovals or have deep cuts in them. From late summer to late winter, it grows greenish-yellow flowers with pointy petals on its leaves. You can know it's the Corkystem Passionflower by these flowers. The fruit it makes isn't edible and changes from green to black. Inside it, there are tiny blue seeds in blue stuff. This plant is in Florida and Texas and is good for butterfly caterpillars.