Plant Search » Aristolochiaceae (The Birthwort Family)
Aristolochia macrophylla (A. durior), the Dutchman's pipe, has beautiful heart shaped leaves and cool pipe-shaped flowers.
Asarum arifolium is a wild ginger with arrow-shaped, anise-scented, deep green leaves with silver marbling and strange brownish purple, urn shaped flowers.
Asarum caudatum f. album known as western wild ginger has glossy evergreen leaves and 3-petaled creamy-white flowers.
Asarum europaeum is a groundcover of the highest order with attractive, somewhat glossy, kidney-shaped to round foliage on creeping rhizomes.
Asarum 'Ling Ling' has heart shaped, evergreen, bright green foliage with silver blotches for the shade garden.
Asarum maximum 'Shell Shocked' is a wild ginger with silver tortoise-shell veins on shiny green foliage and dramatic black and white flowers.
Asarum splendens is one of the finest wild gingers with glistening, broadly arrow-shaped, deep green leaves which flaunt dramatic silver marbling.
An Asarum with deep green arrow-shaped leaves with dramatic silver marbling and crazy cool flowers in spring. 'Quick Silver' is a great plant for garden or shady containers.