I've got a few passion vines started, small but well-rooted, in the Albany area. I'm happy to drive them a little way if you don't have a car. Can also drop in Cobleskill. Not sure what colours they are since I mixed them all up, but a mix of light purple and the white & purple classics. Since they're a little finicky I'll give my best advice for care: Passion vines overwinter well if you bring them in before a freeze and put them in a window that gets at least a little direct sunlight. They grow very large, but you can cut down the root ball for winter (or divide if it's big enough) and put it in a smaller pot as long as you get some fresh soil in there. When you're bringing them in cut the vines down to one main stem about 4-5' long, but adapt that to make sure it has enough leaves on it to sustain the plant as the older vines will drop leaves closer to the base but go nuts 6 of 8ft out. Transfer to a larger pot and leave them out all summer for seriously gorgeous blooms. I water with miracle grow weekly and I've seen them get two stories tall if they're given enough food and attention. They need something to climb but will spread laterally as well as up, so they do fine draped on balcony bars, trellises, or even climbing up a tree/post. Need lots of water in high summer, and I recommend a deep dish under the pot that you can just fill in the mornings. The trickiest part of care is that you have to be careful not to overwater in winter as that will kill them, make sure they're moist but never in standing water and use miracle grow or similar well-draining potting soil. Hand-pollination required if you want to try for fruit as far as I can tell. It's my second year trying and I haven't been successful so far in getting the seeds to develop, but I have tons of underdeveloped and hollow fruit this year. These are very susceptible to spider mites, which are everywhere, but if you spray with neem oil (non-toxic and natural) as soon as you see the webs they'll be fine. If these go I can start more as they're easy to propagate but take time.