Passiflora caerulea - Jesus Passion Flower, the popular name of "passion crown" gave her missionary who found it in tropical South America in the 18th century. They felt that wonderful flower displays a crucifix. Three laps represents the five wounds of Jesus on the cross, three-part pistil - the three nails and flower cross. Fringed wreath is a crown of thorns, and five laps and five petals together represent the 10 apostles (except Peter and Jude). There are many species of passion flower. Passiflora caerulea is the only one that can be grown in the apartment. Bluish purple blooms. It is best grown in jars passionflower, even if it is buried in the ground, because it restricts root growth and encourage more abundant flowering. It can easily grow to 3 meters in height and about 2 meters wide if a grid as a prop.