Wisteria floribunda

Japanese Wisteria

One of the milestones of spring is the sight of these old-fashioned favorite, climbing vines trailing over porches, arbors and among the branches of tall trees. Their masses of long, hanging clusters of fragrant flowers on vines up to 40 feet long are well worth stopping for. Vigorous and long-lived, these woody plants are also trained up and over trellises, along walls or pruned into small, tree-like shapes. All parts of the plant are poisonous, including flowers and seeds. The most fragrant of the many types of Wisteria is Wisteria floribunda, Japanese Wisteria. Start by seed and grafting from select plants. Remove suckers that sprout from base of plants. Ill-timed spring freezes can damage or destroy flower buds.
Wisteria floribunda, Japanese Wisteria
Its flowers open sequentially from the base of their pendulous clusters to the tip. It blooms longer, and has longer flower clusters than Chinese Wisteria.

Attributes - Wisteria floribunda

Plant Type: Shrub, Tree, Vine

Bloom Season: Mid Spring through Late Spring

Flower Color: Blue, Lavender, Pink, Purple, White

Foliage: Deciduous

Height: 25 ft. to 30 ft.

Width: 30 ft.

Sunlight: Full Sun

Climate: Zones 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

Notes: Thrives in Acid Soil, Alkaline Soil. Container Plants, Fragrant, Long Blooming, Showy Flowers.

Related Plants

Wisteria chinensis, Wisteria chinensis 'Alba', Wisteria chinensis 'Purpurea', Wisteria floribunda 'Alba', Wisteria sinensis
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