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How To Grow Wisteria

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Purple Wisteria Tree (grows in zone 9) • Drought tolerant, so you don't have to water • Pest & disease resistant- no spraying! • Fragrant blooms you can smell from a distance

This beautiful Purple Wisteria Tree requires little water and produces fragrant blooms you can smell from a distance.

Growing with plants: HOW TO GROW AND TRAIN A WISTERIA TREE

My wisteria tree, is still a vine, simply trained as a tree. This takes an incredible amount of heavy pruning two or three times a year, .

How to Germinate Dried Wisteria Seeds

How to Germinate Dried Wisteria Seeds

~Wisteria Curtain, Wisteria tunnel, Japan~ A great place to experience this is at Ashikaga Flower Park, Tochigi-ken in April.

Wisteria Tree - beautiful! (link leads to info on how to prune and train vine into tree)

Bewitching Stunning Wisteria – Isn't It In Fairy Tales?

LOVE THIS: Wisteria Tree. Planting one now. Just stake your Wisteria & keep it pruned back each year. The vine will eventually grow into a tree. I'd estimate this Wisteria tree to be over 20 years old.

A voluptuous wisteria (Wisteria sinensis) winds its way around the verandah of Coombe Cottage.

A voluptuous wisteria or Chinese Wisteria (Wisteria sinensis) fast growing, fragrant, dense vine forms slightly weeping, blooms late May, drought resistance.

The Complete Old Farmer's Almanac guide to Wisteria: How to plant, grow, and cultivate Wisteria. Information for Wisteria on Almanac.com!

Wisteria

The Complete Old Farmer's Almanac guide to Wisteria: How to plant, grow, and cultivate Wisteria.

exPress-o: Japanese Flower Garden

exPress-o: Japanese Flower Garden

Wisteria Tunnel, Kawachi Fuji Garden, Kitakyushu, Japan So Beautiful & Purple is my favorite color!

Wisteria...love the look ..hate the plant!  It is invasive..seriously invasive & can grow up the porch & into the attic...guess how I found that out...sigh...

love the look .hate the plant! It is invasive.seriously invasive & can grow up the porch & into the attic.guess how I found that out.My Favorite tree, my grand parents had one

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