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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Brachybotrys Species
Variety Known As Description Picture
Alba Venusta Alba/Shiro Kapitan Compact trusses white

Showa Beni   Compact trusses pink
Wild Form Venusta Compact trusses, deep violet,
distinct perfume

Floribunda Species
Variety Known As Description Picture
Alba Shiro Noda/Longissima
Alba Long pointed trusses of white flowers
Black Dragon Kokuryu Small flower mid blue
Yae Kokuryu / violacea plena The only double flowered
wisteria. Deep purple
Domino Issai Mid purple/blue long trusses
Loders Purple    
Macrobotrys Multi juga Very long trusses of pale mauve flowers
Nana Richen's Purple   Late Flowering, deep purple small growing variety
Peaches-Cream Kuchibeni Very long truses of pale mauve & cream fading to white

Purple Snake
  Long trusses Deep Purple
Rolvenden Bronze    


Honbeni Long trusses magenta/pink flowers
Shiro Noda    

Variety Known As Description Picture
Formosa   Short trusses of mid blue, late flowering
Hockier Edge   Similar to Lavender Lace but more vigorous
Lavender Lace   V. long trusses pale blue with large flowers

Variety Known As Description Picture
Alba   Pointed compact trusses
Amethyst   Deep violet purple - good perfumed, compact trusses
Carolyn   Compact grey blue trusses
Consequa   Deep purple blue, compact pointed trusses
Blue Sapphire