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Aristolochia durior


Aristolochia durior
: Malgorzata Kopczynska (emka) (41)
: Plants
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: 2003-06
: Flowers
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: 2007-12-03 14:32
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Aristolochia durior is a vigorous, twining vine, often used in the past for front porch trellises. It can grow 20-30' covering arbor, pergola or fence in a single season. Leaves are dark green, 4-10" long with a heart-shape, quite attractive. Flowers are unusually shaped, resembling their namesake, a Dutchman's Pipe, yellow green, and 1 1/2" long. Does well in any moist, well drained soil. Native from Pennsylvania to Georgia, Minnesota to Kansas.


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Hello Malgorzata,

Interesting plant- the Aristolochia and you captured it well. It would be interestin to see it in different phases life-cycle.

Mike

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