Yesterday was pleasantly frantic -- lots of time spent e-mailing about the sell/trade plants -- so I didn't have a lot of time to write this.
(The husband asked, "You just posted a 10,000 word post yesterday; you can't take a day off?" "Sure," I said, "I could, but the big post only applies to people in the U.S.: what are the Canadians supposed to read? I have to think of the Canadians!")
So we've got a couple Passiflora flowers, photographed at the ex-job about five weeks ago.
The P. citrina flower was surprisingly small (maybe a couple inches or 5 cm; about as long as my thumb), but apparently that's how they're supposed to be.