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Aristolochia serpentaria - Virginia Snakeroot

5 seeds of this beautiful  low growing vine called Aristolochia serpentaria or Virginia Sanke Root. Can sometimes be found growing from Connecticut to southern Michigan, and south to Texas and Florida. It is considered endangered in New York
Aristolochia serpentaria - Virginia Snakeroot

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Seeds from this low growing vine called Aristolochia serpentaria or Virginia Snake Root. Can sometimes be found growing from Connecticut to southern Michigan, and south to Texas and Florida. It is considered endangered in New York and threatened in Connecticut, Illinois, and Iowa. A wildflower that is becoming endangered in most areas. Flowers are produced at the base of the leafless stem area in June - August. Needs to be cold stratified for 90 days for good germination. Zones 8 - 10.



Aristolochia sprucei

Seeds of this beautiful tropical tender perennial vine called Aristolochia macroura.  This exotic vine in the dutchman's pipevine family is hardy in zones 8a-10b and blossoms best in light shade and will stay evergreen all year in the above zones. A real attraction with its long tail, sometimes reaching 30 inches.. The very unusual greengold modeled fragrant blossom is an attention getter and will form every 12 along the stem when it reaches about . The plants will grown up to 20 feet if let climb on a structure.
Aristolochia sprucei

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Seeds from this Aristolochia sprucei. Rare Aristolochia of the family Aristolochiaceae. Is a large plant genus with over 500 species. Collectively known as birthworts, pipevines or Dutchman's pipes,. They are widespread and occur in the most diverse climates. Aristolochia is a genus of evergreen and deciduous woody vines and herbaceous perennials. The smooth stem is erect or somewhat twining. The simple leaves are alternate and cordate membranous, growing on leaf stalks. The flowers grow in the leaf axils. They are inflated and globose at the base, continuing as a long perianth tube, ending in a tongue-shaped, brightly colored lobe. These flowers have a specialized pollination mechanism. The plants are aromatic and their strong scent attracts insects. The inner part of the perianth tube is covered with hairs, acting as a fly-trap. These hairs then wither to release the fly, covered with pollen. most all tropical plants, all parts of this plant are poisonous. Zones 10-11.



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