White Flowering Passiflora
I've been on a trip to Florida - North Tampa - to see my daughter, and while I was there, we went to some nurseries out from Sarasota. One of the nurseries had some white flowering passionvine growing and didn't know what it was. She gave me a lot of free cuttings, which I've potted up, but the thin end pieces of the vine looked too thin to try to root the normal way, so I've just kept them in water outside. One of the (many) flower buds opened this afternoon, I guess on account of the warm weather. This passi has held up so amazingly well in water, I'm wondering if the thin pieces are going to root in water. Anyway, it looks to me like p. subpeltata - the leaves have three rounded lobes, consistently all over the vine. I know that a nursery close to the one where I got the plant used to carry p. subpeltata - that's what I think this is, what do you think?
Whatever it is, it's a good passi for caterpillars, because theirs had gulf frit cats of all sizes on it - I sure hope I get at least one rooted plant out of it!