One of my favorite blooms in the garden is the Passion Flower vine (Passiflora caerulea).
It lives on the fence along with the purple Bougainvillea. So far they're getting along just fine.
Whoa - Closeup! The insidey parts kind of remind me of kiwi fruit.
But really, those three big bulby things are the stigmas, that sit on the ovary, surrounded by the five anthers with all the gorgeous corona filaments spiking out.
The Passion Flower vines are host to three Florida butterflies - the Gulf Fritillary, the Julia and the Zebra Longwing which is shown below enjoying some Lantana.
Here's a funky pencil sketch version I experimented with in the edit program.
But I'm thinking I like the regular version better...