Aristolochia tomentosa Pipevine 1 gallon

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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)


These will be restocked sometime in May 2021 so please sign up for email notifications if you missed out on them this time.


SIZE: 1 gallon

Zone 5-9


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    Native azalea

    Posted by Sandra Hawkins on 12th Oct 2021

    Love this seller. Healthy plants, great prices, excellent customer service. My go to for native plants. Always a good experience. Thank you.

  • 5

    Posted by Jerry Phillips on 30th Sep 2021

    Plant arrived in great shape and was nice and healthy. Thanks for shipping when I ask.

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    Aristolochia tometosa

    Posted by Barbara on 12th Jun 2021

    This plant arrived in good condition and was packed well. It is a vigorous grower and is thriving.

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    Aristolochia tomentosa

    Posted by Lila on 16th May 2021

    Bought my A.tormentosa years ago & it’s still a large pot & now in the ground! Host plant for Pipevine Swallowtails!

  • 5
    Items were very healthy, lush, and well packaged

    Posted by Paul Bivens on 30th May 2020

    would order again without hesitation

  • 5

    Posted by Jenny on 22nd May 2020

    Can't say enough good things about Mail Order Natives! This specimen showed up in excellent shape, even growing on a little bamboo hoop! I am very impressed!

  • 5

    Posted by William Kelly on 8th Oct 2019

    I am SOO pleased with my pipevine plant! I definitely was expecting to see a tiny little vine, but this plant had multiple branches already growing up bamboo arch! I definitely will order from you again!

  • 4
    Tomentosa pipevine plant

    Posted by Debra Furlin on 24th Sep 2019

    Received in good condition

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    Aristolochia Pipevine

    Posted by Jones on 3rd Sep 2019

    I ordered this wooly dutchman's pipevine (aristolochia tomentosa) late in the summer as I'd rebuilt my arbor to include arches this spring. I'd put another native pipevine (Aristolochia macrophylla) on the other side and had placed a vine that didn't take on the side where I've now placed MailOrderNatives' pipevine. I live in an area where both pipevines are native but only MailOrderNatives' pipevine came with multiple branches and so far, it is the only pipevine growing. A+ plant!