love-in-a-mist


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love-in-a-mist

passiflorafoetida.
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Love-in-a-mist flowers, which appear in spring and summer, are either white, rose or pale blue, the latter color most typically seen.
Love-in-a-mist seeds drop from their capsules in late summer or early fall.
The more densely love-in-a-mist grows, the more plush its soft green carpet effect will be this time of year.