Help ID this Brazilian Passiflora/Passiflora as a Houseplant
Can anyone help me ID this Passiflora I saw in the state of ParÃ¯Â¿Â½ in the Eastern Amazon of Brazil? Also, I'm thinking of growing passiflora as a houseplant while summering it outdoors - any advice on how well this could work? Any species lend themselves particularly well for this - maybe incarnata or caerulea since they're more cold hardy? When I grew p. caerulea outdoors (unsucessfully, as it was killed off during the first winter, probably because I didn't mulch it and it had a huge snow pile over it) I bought from Brushwood Nursery - is this a good source/does anyone have other places they'd recommend for small plants?
The following is advice I collected from reading online, any modifications or comments are appreciated: Best to train around a hoop, on netting, or on a trellis. Grow in a large, 1 gallon pot, constant moisture (but not soggy, set pot on a tray of wet pebbles), at least 4 hours daily sun from west or south exposure in non drafty location, spritz daily, fertilize once a month during growing season (spring or summer) with 20-20-20 diluted by half. Prune the stems back in early Spring or late winter being careful to avoid flower buds. Soil 1 part garden soil, 1 part coarse sand or perlite, 1 part moist peat or humus (leaf mold) and a light dusting of lime. Always use a pot with a hole. Repot ever two years, top dress yearly.