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Wisteria

These dwarf Wisteria are vigorous climbers perfect for a sunny wall or patio. A variety called 'Amethyst Falls' they are bred to flower profusely in a smaller space and won't take over the garden in the same way traditional wisteria can.
Current Description
These gorgeous 'Amethyst Falls' variety are still looking fabulous this week despite the fact that they have finished flowering now. One of these plants will continue to grow and fill a space with its attractive foliage over the summer and come back with even more blooms next spring.
80cm tall in a 4L pot
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Wisteria
Care Instrictions

These instructions are sent with the plant gift

This dwarf wisteria will produces masses of purple blooms either in a pot or trained up a wall or trellis.

This is a special cultivar of Wisteria ‘Amethyst Falls’ which has a neater habit, flowers for longer and needs less pruning than it’s Asian cousins. Enjoy your wisteria on a patio or doorstep for the moment but after flowering, you can plant your wisteria out in the garden in a sheltered spot next to a wall or fence where it will have room to grow. Its roots should be cool and planted deep and a sunnier position will reward you with more blooms and a second flowering in late summer.

Whilst in a pot, your Wisteria will need to be watered regularly. Water thoroughly from the top every couple of days and let the excess drain away during the day. You may want to add an ordinary house plant feed to the water every week or so to help your plant continue flowering.

Wisteria are hardy plants but deciduous so expect your vine to drop it’s leaves in the autumn. They don’t need pruning like most Wisterias but will flower best with a light prune in the winter removing up to a third of the branches and trimming back into shape each year.

Wisteria will adapt to most soils but prefer a peaty (acid) soil if you have a choice.

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