Passion Flowers, Maypops and Wildebeests
Not only does this vine have breathtaking flowers, if cross pollinated it will bear fruit a bit bigger then a chicken egg. It is called a Maypop in some states because it just seems to pop up in May and it grows like a weed in some Southeastern states. Sure beats the standard dandelion as weeds go. Missionaries in the 1500's named it the Passion flower because They believed that several parts of the plant, including the petals, rays, and sepals, symbolized features of the crucifixion of Christ.
No matter what these plants are called I feel certain that Kilo and I can get pretty passionate about them. And “man, if people don't believe in God they should just check these out!”