Blue Moon Wisteria Vine - Live Plant - Quart Pot

Price: $19.99


Features:
  • Wisteria macrostachya, sometimes commonly called Kentucky wisteria, is a deciduous vine that is native to the southcentral U. S. It is a less aggressive grower than some of the other wisterias
  • Noted for its excellent winter hardiness and ability to produce flowers in usda zones 3-4. 'Blue Moon' is a cultivar that grows to 15-25'
  • Ships in a quart Pot -- we can not guarantee flowers at time of purchase -- may ship dormant when ordered from november thru April


Amethyst Falls Wisteria Vine - Live Plant - 3 Inch Pot

Price: $13.99


Features:
  • Ships in a 3 inch pot -- We can not guarantee flowers at time of purchase -- Shipped dormant when ordered from November thru April
  • This gorgeous vine is a perfect choice for pergolas, Trellises, fences, arbors, and containers, attracting butterflies to your garden all summer long. It can also be trained as a free-standing tree
  • Amethyst falls' flowers sooner than the Asian types (some of which can take 10 years or more), blooming its first season with fragrant, vividly purple flowers on 4- to 6-inch racemes


Spectacular Blue Moon Wisteria Tree Plant 8-11" Tall Potted Plant Fragrant Flowers Attracks Hummingbirds

Spectacular Blue Moon Wisteria Tree Plant 8-11" Tall Potted Plant Fragrant Flowers Attracks Hummingbirds

Price: $16.95


Features:
  • Blue Moon Wisteria provide long stems of beautiful blooms for you to marvel at, comes back year after year
  • Grows in zones 3-9


RARE Very hard to find them all: 5 different colors of Wisteria, package of 25 seeds, 5 each color

RARE Very hard to find them all: 5 different colors of Wisteria, package of 25 seeds, 5 each color

Price: $2.71


Features:
  • can be container grown
  • hardy zone 3-9
  • White, blue, pink, lavender and purple Wisteria


Amethyst Falls American Wisteria, purple flowering vine in 2 Gallon - Wisteria frutescens 'Amethyst Falls'

Price: $37.99


Features:
  • Because of this plant's growth habit, provide a strong structure for it climb. This selection's gray-green foliage provides a nice contrast for its clusters of Spring blooming lilac-purple flowers.
  • Plant will be dormant (no leaves) late Fall through the Winter months, this is normal. It will leaf out in Spring.
  • Grows well in full sun or partial shade.

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  2. The Vineyard Gazette - Martha's Vineyard News Wondrous Wisteria, the Voracious Vine
    Love it or hate it, wisteria packs a white, pink or purple floral punch. Its blossoms, which some claim are edible, have reportedly been used to make wine, and eaten raw or cooked. Others disagree strongly, saying the entire plant is toxic, especially
  3. Seattle Times A blooming Wisteria is spectacularly beautiful, but there's a challenging twist: They take a ton of work
    The key to growing a beautiful wisteria is to train it to twist in its natural direction, then constantly prune it to keep it from becoming a “kudzudian” monster. Right after planting, remove all but three vigorous stems, and twist them around the
  4. Irish Times A way with wisteria: how to grow this magnificent hardy climber
    The hardy, vigorous climbing plant known as wisteria is in magnificent bloom in many Irish gardens at this time of year with its lilac-blue or white flower racemes decoratively draping high walls, old trees and tall house facades. If you'd like to grow
  5. Muskogee Daily Phoenix Grow: Vine add visual interest to your garden space
    American wisteria is a native deciduous vine. For those who live in more rural areas with a deer population, this is a good choice because it's deer tolerant. In addition, it tolerates moist soil and features lilac/purple flowers in the spring. Like

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  1. Wisteria is a genus of flowering plants in the legume family, Fabaceae (Leguminosae), that includes ten species of woody climbing vines that are native to China, Korea, and Japan and as an introduced species to the Eastern United States.
  2. Learn how to plant, grow, and care for wisteria, a lovely—but aggressive—vine with cascades of beautiful bluish-purple flowers.
  3. Noteworthy Characteristics. Wisteria frutescens, commonly called American wisteria, is a counterclockwise twining deciduous woody vine that grows to 40’ or more.It is native primarily to moist thickets, swampy woods, pond peripheries and stream borders from Virginia to Illinois south to Florida and Texas.
  4. The Blue Moon Reblooming Wisteria plant from Spring Hill Nurseries produces beautiful lavender-blue, foot-long clusters. Plant this Wisteria macrostachy Blue Moon in full sun on a sturdy structure, and the Kentucky wisteria will bloom up to an amazing three times each year.
  5. I Glicini The Wisteria Les Glycines Der Glyzinien. The Wisteria originated in countries such as China, Japan, Korea, and America.
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