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Blue Passion Flower stamp
Greeting Stamps series - Great Britain 1997

Passiflora coerulea


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Yes you are right. One remembers old things and did so many times yesterday ☺


Thank you Irmachac your for the memory of your grandmother's passiflora. Some things stay in children memories for ever.


You are welcome Jacquie129. The passiflora might be available in NZ, but I don't know of the blue colour. There are many varieties. Thanks for your comments. Marina.


These passion fruit were grown by my grandmother. Thank you for sharing Marino. Have a nice day.


Thank you, Marina. These flowers are certainly eye-catching. I’m not sure if this blue variety grows here in NZ. I will have to look around this summer. Jacquie


Thanks Firstdawn for sharing this beautiful memory.

You are so lucky Iris, to have one in your yard. I've tried to plant in a flower pot but I failed. None of them survived.

Thank you Jillian, Janet and Nev for your comments.


Thank you Jean for your visit and comments.

It certainly is an unusual stamp, Lunie, I wish I had it for my collection!.

It is really exotic and unusual to look at, Bekka, but it is really impressive when you see it growing tall and covering a building's facade.


Lovely post, Marina. ♥♥♥


A fabulous puzzle thanks Marina and what a beautiful stamp. Hugs my friend. ♥


Beautiful stamp, great theme puzzle, thank you Marina


I have a type of passion flower in my yard. grins!☺


When I was a little girl, I found this flower growing on a fence in an alley. The next time my grandfather came over to visit, I had to take him to see this beautiful complex flower. Thanks for bringing back this old sweet memory.


Blue crown passionflower, is very common in southern Greece because it can tolerate hot weather. A native to South America it is a semi-evergreen climber with big grey-blue flowers. The flowers had a design in the middle that looks like a clock. It can easily cover fast an ugly wall, doesn't need much water, but plenty of sun. I remember having it in my parents' house, which had a courtyard and flowers, when I was little.


It's such a strange looking flower, but the blue is really pretty :-)


Beautiful flower on stamp Marina.

Thanks for the Passion Flower. I don’t remember seeing this one it’s really good.
Very Happy to see it. Jean uk