Answer: Passiflora vitifolia or Crimson Passion Flower is an evergreen that blooms in fall, winter and spring. It should do well in a container as long as it is provided full sun and the soil is kept evenly moist; the minimum temperature for this plant is about 60 degrees, so protect it from cold nights -- it is less cold tolerant than the others. The edges turning brown would usually indicate lack of water (especially if this begins at the growing tip end of the vine first) or possibly overfertilization or even exposure to cold; lack of humidity could also cause this kind of foliage symptom. If you have had the vine for a while and it has grown quite a bit, it may need to be repotted into a larger container. I hope this helps you trouble shoot.
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