Member of the Passifloraceae family. Yellow passionflower is a climbing, herbaceous vine that grows in woodland areas of the southern-central and east/southeastern United States. The plant has trilobed leaves that are typically twice as wide as they are long. Yellow flowers are 5-petaled, with 2-3 greenish/yellow fringes extending between each petal. These flowers produce small black berries, which each contain two or three seeds. Yellow passionflower blooms in summer months from around July-August.