Two orange Passiflora ligularis granadilla on a black plate along with one cut in half exposing the grey-brown pulp in sunset sunlight
Passiflora ligularis

A vine native to Colombia with a habitat between 3,300 and 10,000 feet. The fruit is called granadilla in Colombia. It has a hard brittle shell which maintains the quality of the fruit for weeks. The slimy pulp is sweat and eaten with the seeds by spoon or can be used for juice. Normally available in the supermarkets the fruit is also exported. Photographed in the department of Quindio.

A whole orange Passiflora ligularis fruit with yellow dots next to a cut half with grey color pulp held in the palm of a hand