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Aristolochia ringens commonly known as gaping Dutchman's pipe has its origins in the tropical regions of South America.

The vine can reach a height of up to two to ten meters and can also survive in containers if provided with regular watering.

The flowers are fragrant and appear from spring to summer and are found scattered among drooping leaves.

The flowers play their role by trapping insect pollinators and help in cross pollination.

The fruit is a capsule, green in color but after maturity turn brown and opens up to release many fertile seeds.

The leaves of aristolochia ringens are beautiful heart shaped, dark green in color and a little paler underneath.

During the growing period water it once or twice in a week, in winters watering once a week is sufficient.

The plant can withstand short periods of  drought and hardiness zone is 8-10 

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