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Amphilophium paniculatum | liana de cuello


Here, I am offering Seeds from Amphilophium paniculatum, also known as liana de cuello. These seeds are the size of a dime, but much much harder to find. This climbing perennial is native to Puerto Rico. USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11

Amphilophium paniculatum liana de cuello

Amphilophium paniculatum liana de cuello

Amphilophium paniculatum liana de cuello

Amphilophium paniculatum liana de cuello
Amphilophium paniculatum | liana de cuello

17 Available Now

Here, I am offering Seeds from Amphilophium paniculatum, also known as Bejuco mara and liana de cuello. These seeds are the size of a dime, but they are very hard to find. This climbing perennial is native to Puerto Rico. This climber is used in construction, and arts and crafts. USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11








Aristolochia fimbriata | White Veined Dutchmans Pipe


Here I am offering Seeds from Aristolochia fimbriata, also known as the White Veined Dutchmans Pipe. I love this plant because it has such an interesting blossom. This vine likes to have at least some light shade and does just fine in full shade. These cool hairy mouthed blossoms start in late Spring and last until early Fall. Although this plant is very popular with the birds, bees, and butterflies, the deer do not like to eat it. All Aristolochia species, except for the Aristolochia gigantea, are larval host plants for the Pipevine Swallowtail, Polydamas Swallowtail, and Mylotes Cattleheart butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 7 to 9

Aristolochia fimbriata White Veined Dutchmans Pipe

Aristolochia fimbriata White Veined Dutchmans Pipe

Aristolochia fimbriata White Veined Dutchmans Pipe

Aristolochia fimbriata White Veined Dutchmans Pipe
Aristolochia fimbriata | White Veined Dutchmans Pipe

10 Available Now

Here I am offering Seeds from Aristolochia fimbriata, also known as the White Veined Dutchmans Pipe. I love this plant because it has such an interesting blossom. This vine likes to have at least some light shade and does just fine in full shade. These cool hairy mouthed blossoms start in late Spring and last until early Fall. Although this plant is very popular with the birds, bees, and butterflies, the deer do not like to eat it. All Aristolochia species, except for the Aristolochia gigantea, are larval host plants for the Pipevine Swallowtail, Polydamas Swallowtail, and Mylotes Cattleheart butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 7 to 9