|Passion Fruit flower showing the styles, stamens and filaments. The|
tendrils are just above and below the flower.
|side view of a passion fruit vine flower showing the ten petals|
|a frittilary caterpillar on the lobed leaf of a purple passion fruit vine|
The spiky-looking filaments represent the crown of thorns Jesus wore.
The five stamens represent Christ's wounds (two hands, two feet and his side).
The three styles represent the three nails of the cross.
The vine tendrils represent the cords used to bind Christ.
The lobed leaves represent the hands of the tormentors. (Though I don't know what this says about the red variety, because the leaves on it are single.)
The above information was obtained through the following book:
I would add that the frittilary butterfly uses the Passion Fruit Vine for every stage of its life cycle, which to me indicates the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus.