|Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture|
Passiflora laurifolia, Linn. (P. tinifolia, Juss.). Jamaica Honeysuckle. Water-Lemon. St. terete, plant glabrous: lvs. oval to oval-oblong, thickish, entire, with a short sharp point; petiole with 2 glands at apex: fl. about 2 1/2 in. across, white, with red spots or blotches; corona somewhat exceeding the petals or at least about equaling them, in 3 series, violet with white bands: fr. about 3 in. long, yellow, spotted with white, edible, according to Lindley, but the plant cult, under this name in S. Calif, said to have frs. not yellow spotted white, but much like those of the plant there known as P. ligularis (see No. 7).'Trop. Amer. B.R. 13. B.M. 4958.
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