Wisteria frutescens (American Wisteria)

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Wisteria frutescens (American Wisteria)

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American wisteria is a large vine with similar but very much less aggressive characteristics to the non-native wisterias. Growing in moist thickets from the Virginia coast and south it is easily grown in average garden soil with dappled shade and a stout structure or tree to grow on. Can grow up to 40 feet tall or long but lacks the vigorous root-suckers of the Asian types. Lilac-blue flower clusters are smaller and only slightly fragrant and appear with the leaves from May to June. Zone 5-9. Seed grown from an unknown ecotype.

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