Aristolochia californica (California Pipevine)

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Aristolochia californica (California Pipevine)

Family: Aristolochiaceae

Zone: 7 - 10
Natural Range: California
Soil: Average to moist, humus rich, becomes fairly drought tolerant
Light: Part shade
Height: 50'
Bloom Time: March to May (re-blooms sporadically all summer)

Attracts:  Butterflies

Pest Resistance: Deer, Rabbit

Attributes: Deciduous.  One inch pipe shaped flowers.  Heart shaped fuzzy leaves.

Notes: In the Sierras A. californica often is found growing in shady woodlands scrambling among shrubs in damper areas.  Can take a few seasons before it realy takes off.

Aristolochia californica  (California Pipevine)

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