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Wisteria ‘Blue Moon‘
Wisteria macrostachya, sometimes commonly called Kentucky wisteria, is a deciduous vine that is a less aggressive (invasive) grower with longer inflorescences than some of the other wisterias, and it is well noted for its excellent winter hardiness and flower production in colder climates. This vine needs space and a sturdy support structure on which to grow. It can be slow to establish.
‘Blue Moon’ has beautiful lavender-blue and sweetly fragrant flowers that bloom in June and produce a wonderful floral display. ‘Blue Moon’ may bloom up to three times in a growing season once established, and spent flowers eventually give way to pendant, velvety, bean-like seed pods (4-5” long) which ripen in autumn and may persist into winter. Moreover, the stems of this vine will become twisted and trunk-like overtime, meaning this plant will dazzle you in new ways throughout the year and for years to come!
Size: 4in Potted Plant (1 quart)
Flower Description: Blue pea-like flowers develop simultaneously on 6-12” long racemes that are quite fragrant. Flowers will be produced by the second or third year after planting, but in some cases may take longer.
Light Requirement: Full Sun is needed for best flowering.
Soil Type: Best grown in slightly acidic, humusy, moderately fertile, medium moisture, well-drained soils.
Hardiness Zones: 4,5,6,7,8,9,10
Attributes: Deer Resistant, Showy Flower, Fragrant Flower, Showy Fruit, Hardy, Attracts Hummingbirds, Rebloomer, Attracts Butterflies
Care: Pruning should be kept to a minimum and only of back tips after bloom or in winter, Root pruning in late fall may stimulate flowering for the following spring.
Brand Hong Quat Packging
Calo 36 Calo