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Aristolochia tagala

Seeds Aristolochia tagala is one of the very unusual species of the family of Dutchmans pipevines. The 1 inch flower is the traditional pipevined back with the front of the flower forming a dark velevety peak. Hardy in zones 9-11 and growing up to 8 feet in height, this is a heavy producer of blossoms in both spring and fall.
Aristolochia tagala

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Seeds from Aristolochia tagala is one of the very unusual species of the family of Dutchmans pipevines. The 1 inch flower is the traditional pipevined back with the front of the flower forming a dark velevety peak. Hardy in zones 9-11 and growing up to 8 feet in height, this is a heavy producer of blossoms in both spring and fall.



Aristolochia tiracambu #2

Seeds of this beautiful tropical tender perennial vine called Aristolochia tiracambu #2. Seeds of this beautiful tropical tender perennial vine called Aristolochia tiracambu #2.
Aristolochia tiracambu #2

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Seeds from this tropical tender perennial vine called Aristolochia Aristolochia tiracambu #2 or chiquitensis. This exotic little vine in the dutchman's pipevine family is hardy in zones 8a-10b and blossoms best in full to part sun and will stay evergreen all year in the above zones. Arrow shaped 3 inch leaves on twining 8 foot stems have beautifully shiny leaves.




Aristolochia tomentosa or Wooly pipevine

Seeds of Aristolochia contorta -Ma dou ling or Aristolochia nipponica. Growing up to 10 feet if given a structure to climb on in zones 3-8. Partial to full shade.   Needs to be cold stratified for 90 days for good germination.
Aristolochia tomentosa or Wooly pipevine

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Seeds from this Very Rare Aristolochia tomentosa or Wooly pipe vine and is a larval plant for the pipe vine swallowtail butterfly . Growing in part to full shade this twining, high climbing vine often grown to cover sun porches, verandas, pillars, posts, trellises, arbors, fences or walls and is capable of a height of 75 feet in trees. The greenish/yellow with purple blossoms covered with fine matted hairs are in bloom from May through June. Hardy in zone 5-9. Needs to be cold stratified for 90 days for good germination.



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