|Etymology||Genus||Passion flower; the flower parts of Passiflora are symbolic to the events of the Passion of Jesus Christ|
|Species||Laurel like leaves|
|Synonyms||Passiflora oblongifolia Pulle, Passiflora tinifolia Juss.|
|Common Names||Water Lemon, Yellow Granadilla, Bell Apple|
|Native Distribution||South America|
A common climber that prefer open areas, Passiflora laurifolia has elliptic-oval shaped leaves with distinctive purple flowers. As with members of the family, it possesses a pair of glands at the leaf stalk.
A mass growing off a tree in Kent Ridge Park.
Pair of glands at the leaf stalk.
Sliced orange fruit.