Wisteria is a plant of legumes family and the origin of Wisteria is China. Wisteria, which has blossoms in clusters, gives blue-purple, white or pale pink flowers. It blooms twice in a year. First it blooms in April, then blooms again in June. The color of the flower that blooms in spring is lighter than which blooms in summer. In the spring clusters are long, the clusters in summer are slightly shorter. It has beautiful and excellent fragrance
This tree, which has a very long life, if you care it well, can decorate your gardens for years. Should be protected from sun and strong winds. If you pruned the branches which do not bloom, you can allow the plant to breathe. In the whole year, the branches are pruned several times to prevent the proliferation of the side branches. If not pruned Wisteria can reach 20-30 meters in length, and can live up to 70 years. The young shoots can possible to continue to live even though the main body dies in 70 years.
-Wisteria should be in areas with bright and sunlight. Grows in sunny or semi-bright environments where a daily minimum of 4-5 hours of sunshine. does not like shade.
-Plant requires plenty of water in summer, the soil should be kept constantly moist. It may need to be watered weekly depending on the rainfall in winter.
-Used in parks, gardens and roadsides. Usually used with wrapping to the gazebos or wrapped around an object.
-If Wisteria is not blooming, use potassium and phosphorus fertilizers. flowering is also related with the sun and its aging. Protect your Wistria from freeze while it preparing to bloom otherwise it may not bloom that year
-Wisteria can be grown as a tree in the form of a single trunk, allowing to grow 1.5-2 m. For this , all side branches should be pruned. When a wisteria reaches to a desired height the process of prunning from the top starts
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