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Small starter plant that will have huge 5-7 inch contorted blossoms that are purple veined. If you like unusual things and have a shady spot, this is for you. This exotic vine in the Dutchman's pipe vine 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 6 inch contorted blossoms. The very unusual purple and white modeled fragrant blossom is an attention getter and will form along the stem when it reaches about 8'. The plants will grown up to 10 feet if let climb on a structure.
Plant of Aristolochia Grandiflora Gorgona - a vine that reaches up to 25 feet and produces these huge 14 to 16 inch blossoms in early spring and late summer. One of the most unusual vines that I grow. All my neighbors want to see it when it's in blossom. In 2002 was discovered a new species of Aristolochia Gorgona This species was previously confused with A. grandifloris. The two species at most times of the year are indistinguishable. The same plant during the early summer is very similar in both species. When the flower opens, you can now see the difference between the two plants, to appreciate its unusual flowers and to smell the very unpleasant odor. Only hardy in zones 9-11, this perennial vine will keep everyone amazed for years.
A plant of this tropical tender perennial vine called Aristolochia grandiflora. This exotic vine is in the dutchman's pipevine family and is hardy in zones 8a-10b. It blossoms best in light shade and will stay evergreen all year in the above zones. A real attraction with its huge 12" modeled blossoms with an extremely long tail, that seem to appear overnight. The plants will grow up to 20 feet if let climb on a structure.