The flowers are slightly fragrant, making this a plant for the senses of sight, hearing, touch, and smell. However, this vine is a fast and aggressive growerâoften reaching 30+ feet longâand is known to grow quite heavy. Then when the plant grows tall enough and flowers, which happens the first spring, they will sell it. Then I moved! But boy, did they grow! Our trellis is over the air conditioning unit and it really does keep our electric bill down. Weeping bottlebrush brings birds, including the beloved mockingbird. it is so beautiful. On Oct 11, 2003, nipajo from Dallas, TX (Zone 8b) wrote: I planted mine in front of the garage and now it's runners all over the place. I tryed for years to grow different ones I bought. We do get occassional blooms throughout the year because of our constant trimming back. Training a Wisteria vine to a tree form isn't that hard to do. they grow wild every where down there! Training into a small tree or shrub requires a significant amount of pruning. Look for a winter-hardy variety of wisteria, such as Blue Moon of the wisteria floribunda species, which should withstand the winters and come back beautifully in the spring. I read that a harsh pruning of wisterias can "encourage some leaf buds to change to flower buds"
I continually try to teach the right way to prune it which makes for more flowers than ever, my organic book covers this subject in detail. This is the time to cut wisteria back. As I write, the Chinese wisterias are in bloom here, all along the old railroad cut and in various disturbed areas: it's the spring equinox more or less. All named varieties grown commercially and sold at nurseries are grafted onto Japanese rootstocks. This plant is pruned to about 7-8' and has a main trunk of about 1.5" diameter. Bit by bit it must be dug up when it shows up. Zones: 4 to 8 Germination Range: 70-90% This plant is considered slightly â¦ Continue Reading, Gardening Question From Crystal: I am going to be doing some container gardening this summer for the first time. This is audible. Can't blame 'em though! I'm in zone 8a, high desert. BUT if I had to choose again, I think I would have gone with Virginia Creeper, a much more attractive display throughout the seasons. Fuzzy seed pods are of interest all summer into the winter. On Jun 14, 2005, theresamendoza from Hesperia, CA (Zone 8a) wrote: I planted my chinese wisteria three years ago and no blooms so far. Among the darkest purple Wisteria cultivars, award-winning Wisteria floribunda 'Royal Purple' (Japanese Wisteria) produces stunning tresses of sweetly scented, pea-like violet flowers, up to 20 in. There's nothing you can't do when it comes to the Wisteria Tree. There are native wisterias, frutescens and macrostachya, that are not invasive or such strong growers that they can kill large trees and are very attractive. hook by it with a bird feeder because the little birds love the massive "shrub" for cover, but alas, the pole is being swallowed by the vine. I found that this really boasts the plants overall health and will work with a wide range of plants. It is a rare plant here. That works. I've been battling it for years here. Wisteria can climb up tall trees and will continue to grow in the tree canopy where it can shade out smaller trees and plants below. If I'm right and it's all in the pruning - we should have blooms again next year. I had one planted next to my house and made a trellis for it, but I couldn't keep it contained. They graft good named varieties of either Japanese or Chinese wisterias onto the rootstock of a seed-grown Japanese variety. On Aug 16, 2010, PiBall from Milford, NH wrote: We now live in a home that was built in 1963, and I suspect the Wysteria in the backyard was planted at the time of construction. So now I'm on a mission to figure this out. to get her on her way to the pergola. Blue Moon Wisteria Hardiness. Be sure to provide good drainage and water regularly. We live in Litchfield, CT (zone 5). However, this vine is a fast and aggressive growerâoften reaching 30+ feet longâand is known to grow quite heavy. Vigorous grower. Amend soil to increase acidity at â¦ I use ... read more, Our neighbors had peacocks when I was growing up. The hardiest of wisteria! American varities; Bloom well after the leave are out, in mid springs, and sporadically all through the growing seasons. Additionally, individual wisteria plants can live for more than 50 years; wisteria's longevity only increases its ability to invade an area and choke out native plants. Buy compost… They are nice when in bloom, but don't even do that consistently, putting on a great dispaly some years and not flowering at all others. On Apr 26, 2005, PlantmanPatric from Statesville, NC (Zone 7a) wrote: Chinese Wisteria grows in North Carolina with the same rambunctiousness and voracity that kudzu does, but at least Wisteria is pretty and smells good. My question is when should I plant it outside? Chinese varieties naturally twine counter-clockwise and the same is true as with Japanese varieties: the best practice is to twine them in the right direction, then the twiners will make natural grafts and you will eventually get thick trunks climbing up the post of your pergola or arbor. Very easy to break. Also, in my experience wisteria seems to grow best in acidic soil, particularly around large pine trees. On May 18, 2004, uofagirl from Orrville, OH (Zone 6a) wrote: Have a 10+ old wisteria chinensis w/o flowers in part sun already, but bought this blooming 4 year old baby and put it in full sun in hopes to continue its flowers next season. Among the darkest purple Wisteria cultivars, award-winning Wisteria floribunda 'Royal Purple' (Japanese Wisteria) produces stunning tresses of sweetly scented, pea-like violet flowers, up to 20 in. Beautiful Blue Moon Wisteria Tree Plant 8-12" Tall Potted Plant Fragrant Flowers Seeds BulbsPlants& MoreAttracks Hummingbirds, in Dormancy 3.6 out of 5 stars 133 $16.47 I love it, faults and all. I did buy one and I'm going to put it next to the house so it might get some â¦ What would be an easy repair? I borrowed the money and am paying it off on time at a very low rate. They are filling in quite nicely but are not overpowering whatsoever. Cloaks shade arbors and structures. On Jun 11, 2010, SabraKhan from Tiverton, RI (Zone 6b) wrote: I bought my Wisteria sinensis vine at a local garden center. This is my absolute favorite plant. Thanks,
I live in the zone 8 area. It is twining through the fence, but this summer, I saw these totally beautiful purple clusters that smelled wonderful, and told him not to get rid of it. I am constantly nailing back down the wooden strips it grows around. To avoid being strangled we take good care not to fall asleep next to it. to do with it. I once toured a mushroom… The hardiest of the wisteria. Looks a lot like a blue, viny version of a Laburnum - a killer combination as they bloom at slightly different times. Blooming in late spring or early summer, the flowers are followed by attractive, bean-like pods, which ripen in late summer and may persist into winter. Seeds of wisteria will always be Japanese never Chinese. I understand it has something to do with whether it coils to the right or left. 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. Genus: Wisteria Species: macrostachya Variety: 'Blue Moon' Zone: 3 - 9 Bloom Start To End: Early Summer - Late Summer Habit: Vining Plant Height: 30 ft Plant Width: 6 ft - 8 ft Bloom Size: 12 in Additional Characteristics: Flower, Fragrance, Repeat Bloomer Bloom Color: Blue Light Requirements: Full Sun Soil Tolerance: Normal, loamy Uses: Cut Flowers, Ornamental, Outdoor, Vines and Climbers Would rectangular boxes… I suggest letting them grow to get a little size then begin cutting back all side shoots to only 3 to 5 buds where you want flowers, otherwise cut back to main stem(s). to help dug it out the ground. ... read more />
On Feb 23, 2004, crazyplantlover from Pineville, MO wrote: I just bought 2 rooted stems from Walmart and am looking forward to getting em to grow i plan on planting them along side a 60-70 yr old all oak chicken barn does anyone live in zone 6 not sure if its A or B i live in Missouri on the Mo Ark line the soil around the barn is fairly rich and is a combonation of soil and 60-70 yr old chicken manure , hay, and grass clippings ,any extra informatipon about the plant would be greatly appreciated. Growers plant seeds of Japanese wisteria in pots and after the seed sprouts and grows a sufficiently thick stem they cut it off and graft on a cutting of a good named variety. If I could get them through a few winters in order to get good woody growth I think they'd be established enough to take the extreme cold. I have photos if you need to see. According to the USDA plant hardiness zone map, temperatures in âŚ On Jul 15, 2004, conniecola from Lincoln, NE wrote: I LOVE this plant! It even seems to throw out runnerlike like vines from the base of its trunk that travel over the soil surface (until they hit something they can grow up and smother) and can reach 30-40 feet in a single year. Vigorous climber, twining anticlockwise. in the Spring, then sporadically when the weather cools down in the early Falls. The hardiest of wisteria! Additionally, individual wisteria plants can live for more than 50 years; wisteria's longevity only increases its ability to invade an area and choke out native plants. As soon as it started warming up, I noticed the blooms, then the beautiful grape-life clusters. You can walk under the flowers and watch the yellow bumble bees feasting for about a month before they fade. This year it sent out several crawlers that I will cut back to the trunk this fall, after the leaf drop, when I can see better under it. Wisteria frutescens, or even Wisteria frutescens var. The habit of the vine does mean it can't be neglected even if a season of life gets a little crazy. If I didn't know the name of the plant, I would call it velvet bean. Since then, this once a toddler, now 6-7 year-old-vine being kept confined in a whiskey-barel is rewarding us with beautiful, prolific flower buds. You'll luxuriate in the flowering foot-long lavender blue clusters. This takes an incredible amount of heavy pruning two or three times a year, with whips and stems often 4 or 5 feet long being removed in mid-summer, autumn and a bit in the early spring. I put a shepard's... read more hook by it with a bird feeder because the little birds love the massive "shrub" for cover, but alas, the pole is being swallowed by the vine. It's great in the open outdoors and on telephone lines (those things need all the sprucing up nature can give them!) Wistaria frutescens) is a woody vine that produces beautiful hanging clusters of purple flowers. I started rooting at the beginning of April. They are deciduous and recommended for USDA growing zones 4-9, making them very cold hardy, down to -20 degrees! It’s expensive but worth it. Likewise the fabulous collection at Dumbarton Oaks, as well as those at Filoli, in CA. Unfortunately if you grew a cutting of a named variety it will most likely have very weak roots. One magnolia tree (6-8" trunk) had this twining up it with a 2" vine that was at least 1/2-3/4" embedded into the trunk. The hardiest of wisteria!
I have only had it two years. On Feb 12, 2006, TBGDN from (Zone 5a) wrote: I've always admired the characteristics of this plant. On Nov 14, 2005, rondaross from Deer Park, TX wrote: My husband and I have a Purple Wisteria trained up a poll in our backyard. In general, vigorous pruning, and use No nitrogen, or Potash, but strickly tripple Phosphate fertilizer to encourage blooming. Being in zone 3 I've always envied those who could grow Wisteria's. The vine can reach heights of more than 25 feet. Just don't plant them. Works well trained into a small tree as the thick, woody, trunk-like stems develop. What has happened each time is those late freezes or just a hard winter. Highly aggressive. Scented blue-violet, violet or reddish-violet flowers appearing with the leaves in dense racemes of 25-95 blooms. I like the carolina wisteria that is not invasive but it is hard to find and the only way that we have been able to propagate is by laying down a vine and covering with dirt for 6 mos or so. I give it a positive rating because of its beautiful clusters of lavender blue flowers, and I like the foliage after bloom. Deciduous. Wisteria is extremely hardy and a vigorous grower that over âŚ Plant "Blue Moon" wisteria in slightly acidic soil with a pH of 6.0 to 7.0. The hardiest of the wisteria. I'm fighting to try to at least limit the spread and damage to the shrubs and trees. I keep cutting and digging and they keep coming!!! A delightful woody vine valued for its drooping clusters of fragrant, violet-blue, pea-like flowers that bloom in spring. On Jun 30, 2007, macybee from Deer Park, TX (Zone 9a) wrote: I shared in 2003 - No flowers just vine. No regrets! On Jun 14, 2011, wynswid from Garland, TX wrote: My neighbor's kept invading my backyard and killed my plum tree. Continue Reading. Intensely fragrant, the flowers are also stunning in floral arrangements. If you have managed to do this, it is remarkable. There is much information about invasive species on the internet or from your native plant society. She is very mature. No watering needed for this plant. The flowers are followed by green compound foliage on the twining stems. Gardening Question from Linda: I love your website. The Blue Moon Wisteria (Wisteria Macrostachya 'Blue Moon') is a vine that produces large, drooping clusters of blue flowers. These flowers are found in large racemes (long drooping clusters) of about 12-18 inches in length. Wisteria is a vine and when trained as a tree it is never large, it is very small in fact. Although growing wild in warmer areas, this is the plant to choose if you live in colder areas, because it blooms reliably even in zone 4. I love your website. On Feb 13, 2006, MotherNature4 from Bartow, FL (Zone 9a) wrote: I do not grow this plant. This one is over 100 years old. It had beautiful purple clusters last year, but this year nothing yet. She never said anything and until the first time I pruned it, I did had no idea. I am growing "Blue Moon" on a trellis bench, and "Lawrence" up into a flowering crab apple tree that is quite open to sunlight. Those on display, as on the National Mall in DC, have trunks 6" to 8" in dia, and are pruned ruthlessly at leat twice a year, August and agin in February. I have never before had anyone tell me they successfully rooted a wisteria. The Blue Moon Reblooming Wisteria plant from Spring Hill Nurseries produces beautiful lavender-blue, foot-long clusters. Chinese wisteria produces blue, purple and white flowers that typically bloom in May. I have heard that the more distress you cause to the plant helps it flower more. I’ve purchased 4 15-gallon containers of Pandorea Jasminoides – Bowers Vine – that I want to train onto my wooden fence. Plant Blue Moon Wisteria for its: â˘ Flowers. On Mar 16, 2005, tiffcrum from Indianapolis, IN wrote: I planted two Wisteria Sinesis about 3 years ago over an arbor. A very easy plant, overall. I am trying to do it as organically as possible. HOW TO MAKE IT BLOOM:
These vines make a spectacular addition to your pergola or patio, providing a visual element that enhances your yardâs living areas. If planted in rich soil (a mistake!) On Oct 27, 2004, lmelling from Ithaca, NY (Zone 5b) wrote: Yes, this is an invasive little critter, but when it blooms, it's absolutely beautiful. "Blue Moon" blooms at âŚ One half of the seed pod pops off and the seeds are flung for many feet in all directions. The United States Department of Agriculture zone 3 can drop to -30 or even -40 degrees Fahrenheit (-34 to -40 C.). 1. Wisteria blooms are highly fragrant and come in a variety of colors ranging from pink to purple to white. I have seen maybe 3 wisterias blooming in our tri-cities communty. It is a good alternate to the Japanese and Chinese wisterias that have become invasive in some areas. Blue Moon Kentucky wisteria (Wisteria macrostachya 'Blue Moon'): Blue-purple flowers. Why not have your pipes lined to the street. Here's to hoping I can repost into a positive later on. Zones: 4 to 8 Germination Range: 70-90% Cold climate zone 3 gardening can be one of the most challenging of the regional conditions. On May 1, 2008, blufour from Cantril, IA wrote: I'm not sure I can say neutral is my experience with Wisteria. Blue Wisteria Tree Form - 3ft tall [$49.75] Qty: Product Description Pollination and Growing Zones Shipping Information Wisteria Trees form huge clusters of purple or white flowers that droop from the branches. It was winter when I bought the house but I began getting information on this tree because I was really excited about having it. I like how they feel. It is a nice size vine, though only about 12 ft tall right now. Whoever lived here before me must have given up! The effect is graceful and stately, and the compact head of a Tree Wisteria looks sensational in a mixed border of perennials, bulbs, and annuals. The blooms do not last anytime at all and the bees are a nightmare (I forgot to say anything about all the birds that love it too. I am growing "Blue Moon" on a trellis bench, and "Lawrence" up into a flowering crab apple tree that is quite open to sunlight. The seed pods are interesting. The particular cultivar was unspecified but I bought it because it already had a bloom on it and it was a very young plant in a small pot and smelled wonderful. I usually have to cut it back ... read moreat least every 30 days or it covers up a sky light and begins growing into the siding at the other end of my deck. Genus: Wisteria Species: macrostachya Variety: 'Blue Moon' Zone: 3 - 9 Bloom Start To End: Early Summer - Late Summer Habit: Vining Plant Height: 30 ft Plant Width: 6 ft - 8 ft Bloom Size: 12 in Additional Characteristics: Flower, Fragrance, Repeat Bloomer Bloom Color: Blue Light Requirements: Full Sun Soil Tolerance: Normal, â¦ Large, fragrant blue blooms will cover â¦ I put some landscape timbers in the ground and cross hatched them with fishing pole bamboo in a circular shape, about 15 wide and 50 feet long and 8 feet high to form a little walkway under the flowers. There are hundreds and hundreds of vines everywhere, criss-crossing, twining around each other, etc. Soil Type: Prefers moist soils. ost and freezes when others don't. And when you order your Wisteria from Fast Growing Trees, you get the promise of lightly-perfumed blossoms, reminiscent of warm summers in the south, without any hassle. 1. 1. It is a show stopper in full bloom in March. My husband has tried to get rid of it, but can't. It does, however, create a spectacular display in early spring! $9.99 shipping. We have to keep it out of the shutters or it would pull them apart. Mine blooms in the spring and then sporadicaly for the rest of the season. Latin Name Pronunciation: ... (Zone 5 [-20°F]), protect the main stem for the first few winters after planting with a piece of plastic tubing. Wisteria sinensis - Chinese Wisteria. Order Blue Wisteria â¦ Now the Wisteria has grown and intertwined with the bamboo and mostly supports itself. I keep cutting and digging and they keep coming!!! Geez I've got at least two weeks worth of cutting, digging and wheezing to even get the darn thing under control. Deciduous. It will look so marvelous with blooms hanging from the pine. Overall, high maintenance but worth it. Purple Wisteria Tree Live- Spectacular Blue Moon Wisteria Vine Trees 6-12" Tree in Height and in a 3" Pot Perennial Tree. This takes an incredible amount of heavy pruning two or three times a year, with whips and stems often 4 or 5 feet long being removed in mid-summer, autumn and a bit in the early spring. Aunt Dee Kentucky wisteria (Wisteria macrostachya 'Aunt Dee'): Flowers are light purple with a light fragrance. Mary and Derek,
Why Fast-Growing-Trees.com is Better. On Jul 24, 2010, GreenThumbMD09 from Gaithersburg, MD wrote: Our neighbors have this on their adjoining fence, and it's a real pest. We are constantly catching it sending ten... read moredrils across the driveway. It is very amusing to me. Since we have mild winters here I wondered if it would be too warm a climate or does this tree do better on the East Coast? Vigorous and fast-growing, this tree thrives in full sun and partial shade. Exteremly vigorous. Very easy to break. On Apr 20, 2003, Stonebec from Fort Worth, TX (Zone 7b) wrote: I am not sure if I have the Japanese or Chinese wisteria. On Aug 18, 2010, Intolerable from Anacortes, WA (Zone 8a) wrote: I have 3 Wisteria's in my backyard. I know I have to get permission from the City first, but wanted to get all the facts first before presenting my case. I can't remember which Wisteria I have, and I certainly can't tell from the flowers because it isn't blooming! 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