My Latin is terrible. Passiflora incarnata is one of (I suspect many) in this family. Its pharmacopea application is one I may yet re-try in my perpetual search for good anti-spasm solutions. Um FWIW sorting out old herbal instructions to mate up with newer descriptors can be maddening. Divvying up the things for what would be modern psycological herbs from modern neurological ones is partly luck and partly wishful thinking.
My old residence nigh to the tundra of central NH made over-wintering maypop problematic. Zone 4-5 was just too cold. No matter how deeply mulched. Oh I got a few fruit off this vigorous vineing plant.
It did better with more nearly full sun. And needs watering in drouthy periods. By report it is a perrenial vine. So trellis is in order. Mine always died stem and root, so I don't know if it buds up on old wood.
I wasted several years trying to grow this from seed. It was before I had a good cold frame. So starting this from a rooted cutting or from fully cold stratified seeds is probably in order.
Now I've already had critics. I do not begrudge them. Not everything I have tried worked. My posting here is not to gloat over past success, it is to note somewhere where others in my sneakers can get a leg up based on my trials.
Rita, Fer me it was hearty enough in the summer. In winter is just wasn't all that hearty, at least in Cow-hampshire. One year I actually got bales of hay and built a mound of full bales over it. :-( No dice.