Wisteria Vine

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Wisteria Vine – Wisteria sinensis

Wisteria Vine is famously known as a rapid climber and explosive grower, Wisteria sinesis, is a hardy plant favored by novice and seasoned gardeners alike. With signature blossoms of violet blue and lavender, Wisteria sinesis is a twining vine, the location of the plant is incredibly talented, it is such an explosive and aggressive grower that stems can easily reach 25 to 30 feet long- the bulk of the plant can burden structures and overwhelm buildings.
The Wisteria Vine produces flowers in a distinctive structure- clusters, also known as racemes. The group of flowers are delicate and sprout lush blooms from mid to late spring. The size of the clusters can reach 9 to 20 inches long. A twining vine, the Wisteria requires sturdy support and regular pruning, flourishing optimally in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 5 through 9. The Wisteria does not respond favorably to cold weather and needs full sun although it will tolerate part-shade. It is extremely drought resistant, suitable for beginners because of acclimatization to poor growing conditions.
The blooms of each cluster are a bluish purple tinge with individual flowers contributing to a cluster formation. The group in full bloom resembles feather plumes, a curved silhouette comprised of a colony of flowers all delicately draped. Different varieties of wisteria have flowers in white, blue and pink tones. The stems range from a medium-hued green to brown hue with the leaves a muted green with faint yellow undertones. Ideal for covering walls because of tremendous growth ability.