We grow two different species of Japanese Wisteria. Wisteria floribunda is acclaimed for producing extremely long, romantic racemes. Wisteria brachybotrys, or the Silky Wisteria, is characterized by short, broad racemes and downy leaves. Our grafted cultivars are excellent garden plants that will cloak a sturdy arbor, even at an early age, with beauty spring through fall. Fragrant blooms decorate the spring scene, then give way to ornamental pods in summer, and turn colorful in fall. Even in winter, the dramatic trunks of the vigorous climbing vines can be formidable sights. Japanese Wisteria prefers good sun exposure and moist soils that drain well.

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