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japanese wisteria

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Growing Wisteria, HYG-1246-94
... earlier than seedlings. Two species of wisteria are typically grown in home gardens: Wisteria sinensis or Chinese wisteria, and Wisteria floribunda or Japanese wisteria. The Chinese wisteria is the more popular plant due ... -shaped, lilac flowers. Chinese wisteria may bloom within three to four years after planting; however, the juvenile period may be much longer. Japanese wisteria grows to a height ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Wisteria
... a Japanese Wisteria? If you can't tell from the shape of the flower clusters, look to see in what direction the vines are twining. Wisteria floribunda, the Japanese Wisteria, twines clockwise (picture forming the letter J, for Japan), while the Chinese Wisteria twines counter-clockwise (picture forming the ...
www.berkeleyhort.com

Wisteria
... wisteria are poisonous. Do not allow children or animals to ingest them. Wisteria species include: Japanese Wisteria - Wisteria floribunda Chinese Wisteria - Wisteria sinenis American Wisteria - Wisteria frutescans Kentucky Wisteria - Wisteria ...
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Vines: Wisteria floribunda
... Vines: Wisteria floribunda Scientific Name Wisteria floribunda Common Name Japanese wisteria Vines for the Southeast Plant Fact Sheets Consumer Hort Hardiness Zone: 5-9 Habit: Deciduous ... long); flowering begins at the base of each cluster Comments: Longer bloom period than Chinese wisteria; leaves have 13 to 19 leaflets Cultivars: Alba (white), Carnea (pink), Donimic, Honbeni (pink-lavender ...
www.ces.ncsu.edu

Clematis - Container Nursery - vines in garden > other vines > <i>Wisteria</i>
... s possible round the plant at a distance of 1.5 - 2 m from it. Wisteria floribunda - Japanese Wisteria has left-hand stems. 'Snow Showers' - white flowers in long racemes, 'Macrobotrys' - purple ... blue flowers appear already in the second-third year after planting. Wisteria formosa 'Issai' - a hybrid of Wisteria floribunda and Wisteria sinensis; it has right-hand stems and purple-blue flowers ...
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Clematis - vines in garden > other vines > <i>Wisteria</i>
... s possible round the plant at a distance of 1.5 - 2 m from it. Wisteria floribunda - Japanese Wisteria has left-hand stems. 'Snow Showers' - white flowers in long racemes, 'Macrobotrys' - purple ... blue flowers appear already in the second-third year after planting. Wisteria formosa 'Issai' - a hybrid of Wisteria floribunda and Wisteria sinensis; it has right-hand stems and purple-blue flowers ...
www.clematis.com.pl
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Evergreen Gardenworks Descriptive Catalog: Ulmus, Wisteria, Zelkova
... are W. sinensis or Chinese Wisteria, that blooms in early spring before the foliage emerges making a spectacular flower display, and W. floribunda or Japanese Wisteria which blooms in April to ... a true double flowering Wisteria. These are two year old grafts. ONE GALLON SIZE $30 9897 Wisteria frutescens 'Nivea' (American Wisteria) Slightly more cold hardy than Japanese and Chinese wisteria (zone 5). ...
www.evergreengardenworks.com

Wisteria a Mystery For Most Gardeners
... of wisteria that are most commonly planted in our area &emdash; Japanese wisteria (Wisteria floribunda) and Chinese wisteria (Wisteria sinensis). Japanese wisteria is well known for its fragrant violet blossoms borne in 8- to 20-inch-long clusters. The individual flowers of a cluster open gradually, beginning at the base. Chinese wisteria ...
www.hort.purdue.edu

Linda's Pages - Wisteria
... popular Wisteria species include: Wisteria brachybotrys Siebold & Zuccher (1826.) Wisteria venusta Rehder & E.H. Wilson (1916.) - Silky Wisteria Wisteria floribunda (Willdeman) DeCandolle (1828.) - Japanese Wisteria Wisteria frutescens- (Linnaeus) Poiret (1823.) - American Wisteria Wisteria japonica Siebold & Zuccher (1839.) Wisteria macrostachya - Kentucky Wisteria Wisteria sinenis ...
www.orchidlady.com

SeedSwapper Forums - Seed Trading Online.
... Forums Flower Seed Swapping Japanese wisteria seeds/sasbe or trade Author Topic mark333 Starting Member USA 12 Posts Posted - 11/21/2006 : 5:47:49 PM Just harvested...lavender Japanese wisteria seeds, sasbe's fine, email me for my address & write 'wisteria' on the envelope or a note & i'll get it ...
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