Purple passion vine is an easy house plant to care for as long as it is neither overfed nor kept in a dark place.
The clambering branches and toothed leaves of the purple passion vine are so completely covered in purple hair that the entire plant takes on a rich, velvety appearance. The orange shaving-brush flowers are unattractive and unpleasantly scented and should be suppressed.
Don’t overfeed this plant or give it insufficient light -- its attractive purple coloration will fade. It also ages rapidly, so don’t hesitate to prune it severely. New plants are readily started from cuttings.