Ease of care, lush growth and cascading, fragrant blooms make wisteria plant growing a wonderful undertaking. Even better is knowing what to do should you encounter problems with caring for wisteria vines and the ability to combat them. That’s where we can help. Use the wisteria information below to find what you need when you need it and enjoy these amazing lilac colored wonders.
Growing American wisteria as an alternative still offers the elegant blooms and foliage but in a native, non-invasive form. Click on the following article for some tips on how to grow American wisteria and enjoy this North American native in your landscape.
Chinese wisteria (Wisteria sinensis) and Japanese wisteria (Wisteria floribunda) are two of the most popular species of wisteria for the landscape. However, in this article we will discuss the lessor known, Silky wisteria (Wisteria brachybotrys syn. Wisteria venusta).
There are about ten known species of Wisteria, with numerous cultivars associated with each that are native to the eastern United States and eastern Asia. Kentucky wisteria is one. Click this article to learn more about caring for Kentucky wisteria vines in the garden.
Wisterias are beautiful twining climbing vines. While wisteria can be grown in the ground in appropriate regions, growing wisteria in pots is also possible. For information about how to grow wisteria in a container, this article will help. Click here to learn more.
Wisteria are strong vines that climb aggressively. The root system of a wisteria is equally aggressive beneath the soil. How big do wisteria roots grow? Are wisteria roots aggressive? Click here for answers to these common questions about wisteria root systems.
Keep your eye out for sucker plants growing from the living root of your vine, then read up on wisteria sucker transplant tips. This article contains information about transplanting wisteria suckers so you can add more of these vines to your garden.
A wisteria with yellow leaves may be due to this natural occurrence or there might be a pest, disease or cultural problem. Investigate why do wisteria leaves turn yellow and find out what, if anything, to do about the issue in this article.
Flowers of wisteria are the stuff garden dreams are made of, and growers will wait patiently for years to see them for the first time. But what do you do if there are curling leaves on wisteria? Find out here.
Nothing is more lovely than a wisteria in bloom, but making this happen in the garden can be tricky, especially when your wisteria buds don't open. Read this article for causes of bud blast in wisteria.
Nothing compares to the beauty of a wisteria in bloom, but if it?s in the wrong place can be a gardener?s nightmare. So if you?re thinking about how to transplant a wisteria, the info in this article can help.
Are you wondering a??how do you grow wisteria from a cutting?a?? Growing wisteria from cuttings is not difficult at all. In fact, it is the easiest way how to propagate wisteria. Learn more in this article.
Wisteria is a vine that is well known for its vigorous growth and are just as notorious for being reluctant to bloom. When a wisteria won't bloom, many gardeners get frustrated, but this article can help.
Wisteria is a beautiful climbing vine that is native to the eastern side of the United States. Wisteria seed pods contain seeds of the vine so you can grow your own. This article will help with growing wisteria seeds.
The fragrance and beauty of a mature wisteria vine is enough to stop anyone dead in their tracks, including its extreme hardiness to most pests and diseases. Read here for common causes of wisteria sickness.
In spite of its beauty and fragrance, wisteria is a fast growing vine that can quickly take over plants (including trees). For this reason, wisteria must be kept under control, and this article can help.
While growing wisteria is easy, you should take caution with it, as it can quickly overtake everything without proper care. The following article provides tips for growing and caring for wisteria vines.