It can take 8 years for wisteria to flower so buying one that has already flowered is a must for the more impatient gardeners among us.
Grafted rootstock means flowering in the first or second year you plant. These trellis frames are ideal for covering a section of wall.
Available in three colour varieties:
- Purple/Blue Flower (Sinensis Prolific)
- White (Floribunda Alba)
- Pink (Brachybotrys Showa Beni)
Best space & place
Grow wisteria against a wall or other strong structure, ideally in a south- or west-facing direction.
Watering & feeding
Wisteria is a hungry plant. Water and feed pot-grown wisterias weekly during the growing season, to encourage more flowers to bloom. In autumn, mulch with organic matter such as well-rotted horse manure or home-made compost.
Need to know
Prune wisteria twice a year, in August and February.
Please note these plants currently have no leaves and are not in flower but are in bud ready to foliate.