Wisteria Range

Wisteria are robust hardy plants which require a sunny position to flower well. All wisteria flowers are scented. Pruning is not a problem, once you have trained the young shoots to cover your structure/support, just shorten the growths of summer in late June or early July to six pairs of leaves. In winter, further prune back to 3 pairs. The summer pruning opens the wood to sunlight to allow it to ripen for the production of good flowers. Frost may damage the flowers.

We only offer grafted plants, this is the most reliable way of producing flowering plants at a young stage (typically 3 years) See all our varieties in flower in late April/early May

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Wisteria
Brachybotrys "Okayama"

Violet Blue Short Trusses

   

Wisteria Brachybotrys "Shiro Kapitan"

other names: Alba or Venusta
White Short Trusses

   
Wisteria Brachybotrys "Showa Beni"

Magenta Pink Short Trusses
   
Wisteria Floribunda "Eranthema"

Mid-Length pale blue flowers with large pip
   
Wisteria Floribunda "Honbeni"

other name: Rosa
Large magenta-pink trusses
   

Wisteria Floribunda "Issai"

other name: Domino
mid-length trusses free flowing

   
Wisteria Floribunda "Kimono"

Striking-well defined blue eyes on white flowers.
mid-length trusses.
   
Wisteria Floribunda "Kokuryu"

other names: Dragon single or Royal Purple or
Nan Richens Purple
Deep red purple with long trusses
   
Wisteria Floribunda "Kuchibeni"

Other names: Peaches & Cream or Lipstick
Pale creamy Lilac with long trusses

   
Wisteria Floribunda "Kyashaku"

other names: Macrobotrys Multijuga Murasaki
Long pale Lavender trusses
   
Wisteria Floribunda "Lawrence"

Mid-blue longish trusses.
   
Wisteria Floribunda "Loders Purple"

deep red purple mid-length trusses
   
Wisteria Floribunda "Shiro Noda"

other name: Alba
White flowers with a touch of yellow in the centre
very long trusses.
   
Wisteria Floribunda "Yae Kokyuru"

Other names:Black Dragon
Dark purple double flowers
   
Wisteria Sinsensis "Amethyst"

Deep Voilet blue mid-length trusses.
   
Wisteria Sinsensis "Jako"

Other names: Jako Fragantissima
White flowers mid-lenght trusses
   
Wisteria Sinsensis "Prolific"

Other names: Blue Sapphire or Consequa
deep blue compact flowers mid-length trussed
   
Wisteria Sinsensis "Rolvenden Bronze"

Striking bronze leaves in Spring
with large Lilac flowers
   
Wisteria hybrid Formosa "Caroline"

Pale blue Purple flowers compact trusses
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Wisteria hybrid "X Formosa "

Late flowering blue form
   
Wisteria valderi hybrid "Burford"

Pale lilac blue with yellow spot in the throat
long trusses.
   
Wisteria valderi hybrid "Hocker Edge"

Long pale blue trusses.
   
Wisteria valderi hybrid "Murisiki Kapitan"

mid-blue flowers mid-length trusses.
   
Wisteria valderi hybrid x"Lavender Lace"

Pale blue very long trusses.