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- Vermont Garden Journal: Growing Wisteria Vine
- While we mostly know of the Japanese and Chinese varieties of wisteria like the one I saw in Philly, the best species to grow in the North is the Kentucky wisteria or Wisteria macrostachya.
- Wisteria blooms require patience, and some pruning
- Wisteria is a vigorous, woody vine that can take seven to 15 years to mature enough to flower. Cultivars of one species, Kentucky wisteria (Wisteria macrostachya), generally will flower after three to five years in the garden.
- Facade greening can moderate home's temperature
- Native wisterias, including Kentucky (Wisteria macrostachya) and American (W. frutescens), are better candidates than their Asian relatives. But all wisterias are vigorous and require strong structural support.
- Picking best plants to cover an arbor: Ask the Ground Crew
- Instead of Japanese or Chinese wisteria, I recommend our native species, including cultivars such as Wisteria macrostachya 'Blue Moon' or W. frutescens 'Amethyst Falls.' With lighter fragrance and smaller blooms, they are less aggressive.
- Looking for Wisteria Lane? Try clematis in Calgary
- Calgary gardeners from Eastern Canada often have fond memories of the lavender-flowered wisteria vine drooping sensuously over pergolas and fences. Avid gardeners will have best luck with “Blue Moon” wisteria (Wisteria macrostachya “Blue Moon”), ...