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Pipevine plants are a great addon to your garden, especially if you live in the South. These long and beautiful vines are a host to Pipevine Butterflies in the North, and Polydamas Swallowtails in the South.


Wooly Pipevine grows in USDA Zones 5-8 (Pelican Pipe grows in Zones 8-12), and can grow up to 20 feet if not trimmed back. If you live in Zones 7-10, watch out for Pipevine and Polydamas caterpillars eating all your Pipevine in a matter of weeks. Pipevine goes dormant if it is freezing or below freezing. Growing Pipevine is easy; you should plant it in well-drained soil or average soil. (DO NOT PLANT IT IN DRY SOIL). It should be planted in a place with partial to full sun. If you do this, you should have a big Pipevine plant!

Wooly Pipevine Plant (Aristolochia tomentosa)

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