Passiflora viridescens

Passiflora viridescens is a plant species native to PerĂº and Ecuador. Passiflora viridescens is a woody liana climbing over other vegetation to a height of over 8 m. Leaves are broadly lanceolate to ovate, up to 14 cm long, forming three points at the tip in a W-shaped pattern. Flowers are up to 10 cm in diameter, light green with purple styles. ...
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