Aristolochia tomentosa Pipevine

$9.00

Aristolochia tomentosa (Pipevine) deciduous high climber with heart shaped leaves; host plant for the Pipevine Swallowtail butterfly; pipe-shaped greenish-yellow flowers. Pesticide free. 

Deciduous vine (loses leaves)

SIZE: 1 gallon


Zone 5-9

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Aristolochia tomentosa (Pipevine) deciduous high climber with heart shaped leaves; host plant for the Pipevine Swallowtail butterfly; pipe-shaped greenish-yellow flowers. Pesticide free. 

Deciduous vine (loses leaves)

SIZE: 1 gallon


Zone 5-9

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Wooly Pipevine

Mail Order Natives always ships a great product. Ordered 2 vines from them and they were shipped fast and packaged well. Vines were dormant at time with no leaves but now after a week or so they are budding out. Have ordered from them in the past and will continue to do so. Just wish they had more of their butterfly food plants in stock.

wooly pipevine

I ordered 4 wooly pipevine. They came well packaged with nice tops. I planted 2 in ground and 2 in pots. All are doing well a week later.

Planting my pipevine

Plants arrived in fine shape but the root ball was not developed enough to hold together when i removed from the plastic bag. However a few days in the shade to give the roots a chance and the plants are growing. MailOrder Natives are at the top of my list for future plant orders.

Planting my pipevine

Plants arrived in fine shape but the root ball was not developed enough to hold together when i removed from the plastic bag. However a few days in the shade to give the roots a chance and the plants are growing. MailOrder Natives are at the top of my list for future plant orders.

beautiful plants

These vines arrived in great shape, packed well with healthy roots. They are certainly off to good start.

Healthy arrival ready for pipeline swallowtails!

The plant was very well packaged and arrived healthy. The copies recent rains here have attenuated our amount of sunshine so the growth has been on hold but it remains read to go once the sun emerges