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Gonolobus are in the Asclepiadaceae Family. They come from Mexico, from Jalisco to Oaxaca. The Gonolobus cyclophylla is cultivated mostly for its corky caudex. The flowers are 1 inch in diameter (2.5 cm) brown and, as many other asclepiads that use flies as pollinators, smelling like carrion. They come in summer. If they are pollinated they produced a seed pod. Take limited frost for a short period of time. Sun Exposure: They require Light shade.