Wisteria Trees at Nature Hills!
Romantic and fairytale-esque Wisteria plants have been beloved garden additions for centuries! Wisteria has been described in many ways - such as hardy, beautiful, tough, and magical!
Starting with the dangling clusters of early spring blossoms and their divine scent that arrive before the foliage does! Then the tropical-looking foliage fills out the canopy fast, and once it drops in the fall, you'll get to see the contorted twisty growth and the textured bark develops as it grows!
There is absolutely everything to love about these versatile plants!
Wisteria Trees At Nature Hills
Wisteria trees are Wisteria vines that have been trained into a tree-form with pruning and a strong stake. Very quickly, these 3-5-year-old plants develop a straight, single trunk that can hold up its own large canopy. The weeping, cascading canopy can sweep the ground!
The gorgeous Chinese Blue Wisteria Tree is our best-seller is one of the most sought-after landscape ornamentals and is so fast-growing that as long as you have a sunny area, you will get results in a hurry! The lavender to pale blue-hued blooms change color throughout the entire life of each flower cluster, transforming from one hue to the next as the flowers open and age.
The Amethyst Falls Wisteria Tree is a creamy lavender blooming tree form of the vine and the same gorgeous form!
These are prime examples of front yard specimen trees! Traffic will slow down and heads will turn each spring when these are in full bloom! Once those flowers fade, the arching canopy of tropical foliage holds its own in the landscape right until autumn! Then all winter, the branching umbrella-like canopy will sculpt the snow all winter long!
You'll gain pollinators, and curb appeal with any one of these gorgeous tree-form ornamentals!
Plant your Wisteria Tree in full sun for the most blooms and the best growth! Wisteria can grow in partial shade in the south but needs full sun in the north. Any well-drained soil with moderate to low fertility is best. Wisteria appreciates regular moisture and mulched beds to grow best and actually do best with less fertilizer - especially high-nitrogen lawn fertilizers that can actually stop them from blooming and only produce copious amounts of green growth.
Wisteria Trees are very forgiving plants and grow in a wide range of soils. It even likes sand and Clay, and tolerates drought and Salt!
Having your pruners handy will keep Wisteria Trees manageable. Many plant species need to be trained by pruning, but most of these species are not nearly as hardy or fast-growing as the Wisteria!
Pruning is the secret to good flowering, and it is best to prune Wisteria in late winter or very early spring. Remove at least half of the prior year's growth, and keep a few buds per stem. If you wish for a more formal appearance, you can prune again during summer after its flowering is completed.
Check out our #ProPlantTips for pruning your Wisteria Tree the very best!
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With good-looking foliage and wonderful pendulous drupes of flowers of blue, lavender, and purple, you will be pleased with the Wisteria that you've selected from Nature Hills!
We'll ship your quality Wisteria tree to your doorstep at the perfect planting time for your growing zone!