Wisteria floribunda is a vigorous, twining climber can produce violet-blue, pink or white flowers in early summer. The showy, fragrant flowers are pea-like in shape and borne in up to 30 cm long, pendant racemes. This species is capable of displacing native vegetation and can even kill other trees and shrubs be removing a strip of bark around the plant (an invasive process known as girdling).
Take softwood cuttings in early summer or hardwood cuttings in late summer or early autumn.
Full Sun, Partial Shade, Partial Sun
Chalk, Clay, Compost, Loam, Sand
Soil PH preference
Acid, Alkaline, Neutral
Suits being planted in wall side borders in coastal or informal cottage gardens.
Pink, Purple, White