Wisteria floribunda Longissima Alba
Wisteria floribunda Longissima Alba

Wisteria floribunda Longissima Alba

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Quick Facts
Common Name: Wisteria
Hardiness Zone: 4-9S/W Exposure: Full Sun
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Blooms In: May
Height: 30' Spacing: 10'
Read our Growing Guide Ships as: BAREROOT 20-24"
Deer Resistance: Yes
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Pure white flowers in late May. The racemes are, as the name suggests, among the longest in the genus, sometimes reaching 18″ long.

A genus of deciduous vines whose lovely, fragrant flowers and almost overwhelming vigor make them useful in a wide variety of settings. Plants grow rapidly to 30′ and completely bury any structure they are allowed to annex. This rampant growth is easily controlled (and flowering is encouraged) by regular pruning. Plants thrive in full sun (or partial shade in the South) and average soil.

For more information on the growing and care of Wisteria, click Growing Guide.




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worth every penny! Magical scent!

Ottoline from SF Bay Area

I bought three white wisteria from WFF; one died after planting, and you sent me another immediately. The scent is a huge pleasure every time. I've forgotten which varieties I have, but they bloom and leaf at slightly different times, also a plus. I had to cut everything back one year, must do it again this year -- they are so vigorous.

In winter, no leaves so the sun warms my windows. In summer, a dense canopy so I have shade.

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Growing guide

Growing guide

Pronunciation: wis-teer'ee-uh     

Grow Wisteria in full sun (or partial shade in the South and West) and average garden soil. Fertilize only if your soil is exceptionally poor.

Wisterias are very vigorous; they require an especially strong support that can withstand the stranglehold of the woody stems. To control growth and to encourage flowering, prune frequently but lightly during summer; then cut each side shoot back to just 5–6 buds in late summer or early fall. Remove suckers (shoots arising from the base of the main stem) as soon as they appear.

Vines climb by means of twining stems (W. floribunda twines from right to left, W. sinensis from left to right).

Please note: Wisterias are generally slow to break dormancy the first spring after planting. Please be prepared to wait until July for your plant to leaf out. In subsequent years, it will leaf out at the normal time (midspring).

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