A fine, well-behaved climbing shrub, which should be grown mainly for its decorative foliage, for theare usually hidden under the .
Against walls (it must be tied) or fences, over arbours or free-standing against a special climbing frame.
Any standard garden soil is suitable. It will grow fairly slowly in the first few years.
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Aristolochia macrophylla syn Aristolochia durior, A. sipho, Dutchman’s pipe: Height to 10 m, with greenish-yellow, pipe-shapedon long in late spring and early summer. They are very inconspicuous. The soft green heart-shaped leaves may grow to enormous size. Unfortunately they drop in winter, leaving the branches bare.