Blooming Japanese Wisteria Bonsai with pink flowers (Wisteria floribunda)

By September 22, 2017Articles

Blooming Japanese Wisteria Bonsai with pink flowers (Wisteria floribunda)

By September 22, 2017Articles

Blooming Japanese Wisteria Bonsai with pink flowers (Wisteria floribunda)

By Teo Spengler Wisterias are beautiful twining climbing vines. Their fragrant purple flowers provide scent and color to the garden in springtime. 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, read on. Growing Wisteria in Pots Wisteria offers so much ornamental value. This includes attractive, gnarled stems and stunning, blooms with a delightful fragrance. However, they are aggressive vines that can easily outgrow the area you’ve allotted them. There are many species of wisteria. The most popular for gardens are Japanese wisteria (Wisteria floribunda), Chinese wisteria (Wisteria sinensis) and silky wisteria (Wisteria brachybotrys). These species of wisteria are all vigorous. They can reach 30 feet (10 m.) tall with a spread of up to 60 feet (20 m.) when planted against a wall. One way to contain your wisteria is

Blooming Japanese Wisteria Bonsai with pink flowers (Wisteria floribunda)

By Teo Spengler Wisterias are beautiful twining climbing vines. Their fragrant purple flowers provide scent and color to the garden in springtime. 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, read on. Growing Wisteria in Pots Wisteria offers so much ornamental value. This includes attractive, gnarled stems and stunning, blooms with a delightful fragrance. However, they are aggressive vines that can easily outgrow the area you’ve allotted them. There are many species of wisteria. The most popular for gardens are Japanese wisteria (Wisteria floribunda), Chinese wisteria (Wisteria sinensis) and silky wisteria (Wisteria brachybotrys). These species of wisteria are all vigorous. They can reach 30 feet (10 m.) tall with a spread of up to 60 feet (20 m.) when planted against a wall. One way to contain your wisteria is

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