Amethyst Falls Wisteria Tree
Waterfall of purple flowers, now in a tree form!
Very few plants have a more romantic aura than wisteria. This vine covers itself in long panicles of violet purple every year that make you think of Southern Belles strolling in misty, moss-draped gardens or smiling school-children peeking around wisteria-festooned pergolas.
Amethyst Falls is a native to North America and has the classic look that you love in stunning Chinese wisteria, but is non-invasive so it won’t take over your house or trees and won’t uncontrollably spread to the neighbor’s yard.
Nature Hills is happy to sell a gorgeous tree form of this vine! It makes a striking weeping centerpiece in your garden bed or border. It appears to pour out of the central trunk like a shimmering fountain every year. This vine is an easy treat to grow.
Adapting to a wide range of soils, the hardest thing about planting Amethyst Falls Wisteria Tree will be figuring out where to place it in your garden so that everyone can see it!
Nature Hills only ships out strong, thick young trees with a healthy, deep root system to give you a head start on getting established. If you order now, you are one step closer to having a front row seat for the grand wisteria show!
* Beautiful color
* Easy to grow
* Topiary form
Amethyst Falls Wisteria Tree Pruning & Care
Trimming your Amethyst Falls Wisteria tree is simple. Later in the summer in July or August, you should trim back the wild growing branches to bring it back into shape. Trim those branches leaving the stems with five leaves on the branch.
Then in late winter or early spring, trim those same branches reducing the branches leaving only two buds where the leaves were attached now. Those two buds on each branch will produce the best flower displays.
An easy way to see the pruning methods is on this video from the Royal Horticultural Society. Check it out: https://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?pid=242
|Brand||Nature Hills Nursery|
|Botanical Name||Wisteria frutescens 'Amethyst Falls'|
|Mature Height||5-15 feet|
|Mature Spread||5-15 feet|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun, Partial Sun|