Passion is very fond of sunlight and feels good on the southern and eastern windows. In summer it grows well at a temperature of 20-22 degrees, and in winter - 12-17 degrees.
Unfortunately, the flowers are not passionflower are durable: their life is limited days. That is why you need to take care that the buds on the plant was as much as possible. Typically, they are formed on young shoots, so regularly carry out pruning. This is best done in spring or autumn after flowering. First remove all dry and diseased stems. Sections were taken at several centimeters above the kidney.
When pruning is necessary to ensure a comfortable Passion rest period, which lasts about 2-3 weeks. To do this, place the pot with the plant in partial shade. Given the fact that the passion flower - a vine, provide strong support to her.
Water the plants need abundant, but try not to fill. Excessive moisture can cause root rot, and accordingly, loss of the Passiflora.
In spring and summer, the vine should be fed. You can use both organic and mineral fertilizers. Usually they are made by once a week.
Passiflora is recommended to transplant each year, if it is a young specimen. Mature plants are subjected to this procedure once every few years. For planting, use loose soil nutrient consisting of equal parts sand, humus, peat, leaf and turf ground.