Granadilla is the name of various species of PASSION FLOWER and FRUIT. A tropical creeping plant, it grows in the United
States, where a giant variety is eaten as a dessert fruit and is also made into sorbets, pies and a sweet drink.
The fruit is greenish yellow and large, sometimes weighing up to 8 pounds. A smaller variety, native to Brazil which also grows in South Africa and Australia, is a purple fruit the size of a hen’s egg. Succulent and highly perfumed, it is eaten as a dessert fruit and used for making sweet drinks and ices. Granadilla also grows in the West Indies, Honolulu, Central
America and most other tropical countries.