Purple Chinese Wisteria 1L

Wisteria sinensis purple

General description :

The wisteria is a phenomenal, strong-growing climber. Anyone with a free, quiet spot can plant it in their garden. It requires very strong support structures. It has pinnately compound leaves composed of leaflets with an entire margin. Flowers develop on the previous year's stems in large clusters of bluish lilac, white and purple.

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General description

General description: The Chinese wisteria is a stunning, vigorously climbing, and extremely long-lived vine. It twines around support structures and reaches a height of up to 10 m, so it needs sturdy and durable support. The Chinese wisteria does will in temperate European climes and is a great addition to any garden, public park or other urban green area.

Flowers

Flowers: This wisteria exhibits spectacular pea-type, purple and lilac flowers that grow in pendulous racemes. The dangling racemes reach 40-50 cm in length and grow on the ends of short side stems or on the current year's long shoots.

Blooming

Blooming: The Chinese wisteria blooms from May until July. It often repeats flowering in August, although less abundantly.

Leaves

Leaves: This wisteria has green, pinnately compound leaves composed of leaflets with an entire (smooth) margin.

Fruit

Fruit: Wisteria fruit are tomentose, flattened pods around 10-15 cm long, usually containing several seeds. They hang closed on branches until spring.

CultivationRequirements

Cultivation requirements: Wisterias require fertile, nutrient-rich, permeable soil and a sunny, wind-sheltered location.

Pruning

Pruning: During the first 3 years after planting, the Chinese wisteria grows slowly and requires special care. Pruning is necessary to obtain the right form and shape of the vine, however it can also be grown in the form of a bush, in a shrub habit.

Props

Props: Chinese wisterias require sturdy and durable support as they can grow to be very heavy. They grow best next to pergolas, arbours and hardy trellises.

Overwintering

Overwintering: The wisteria does well in temperate European climes. Young seedlings may freeze, so protecting them for the winter is necessary, for example by covering the base of the plant with organic mulch to insulate roots or shielding stems with agrotextiles.

Origin

Origin: China.

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Data sheet

Type
decorative
evergreen
no
Flower color
Violet
Flowering date
V
VI
VII
Fragrant flowers
yes
Plant age
1

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