Grafted Wisteria Pack Of Three Bargain Packs
These are spectacular climbing plants grown for their long racemes of showy flowers that appear in late spring and Early summer each year. Ideal for training on sunny walls, arches, pergolas and fences. For a statement piece, try training one up a stout post and create a Wisteria ‘lollipop’ or standard.
This first quality three plant pack is supplied as strong 2 year old plants in 2 litre pots, they will measure approx 80-100cm tall when delivered and should flower within 2-3 years in a sunny spot. Our plants are all propagated by grafting to ensure they flower true to type and from a young age, (cheaper seed grown Wisteria are renowned for producing disappointing flowers and then only after many years of waiting!)
All three plants in this pack will be labelled and have a 25% discount applied, one each of:
Wisteria sinensis ‘Prolific’: a spectacular display of fragrant lilac-blue to pale violet blue flowers appear in May and June, very free flowering. Up to 9 metres.
Wisteria floribunda ‘Hon-beni’: long racemes of pale rosy-pink flowers appear in June, rare and unusual form of the Japanese Wisteria. Up to 6 metres.
Wisteria floribunda ‘Shiro-noda’: the extravagant clusters of this spectacular white flowered variety can reach up to 60cm in length. Up to 9 metres.
(in the unlikely event that a variety is not available we will substitute an alternative of equal or greater value)
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Successfully cultivating these beautiful climbers to produce their spectacular flowers (and the precieved difficulty of it) is a regular topic of discussion with gardeners, in reality it is very easy and there are just a few golden rules. Always plant them somewhere sunny in well prepared soil and prune them a couple of months after flowering back to five or six leaves of new growth to encourage flowerbud while also restricting their size. Finally, always buy a grafted plant as they will flower from a much younger age and don’t feed it too much then you can enjoy their extravagant sweetly scented racemes of flowers every May and June for many years to come.