Wisteria 'Amethyst Falls'

Small flowers in a comparatively strong purple-blue colour. However, there are also types with a very light colour on the market. Flowers late, from the end of May to July. Re-flowering into early autumn is also pronounced. The flowers are short and stand fairly diagonally to horizontally, so do not hang down. The foliage is long-lasting, but unfortunately does not change colour in autumn. The variety was discovered around 2000 as a stem mutation in South Carolina / USA. 'Amethyst Falls' twines to the right, i.e. "anti-clockwise". Poisonous seeds, strongly scented. Frost-sensitive, therefore only for mild, sheltered locations (frost-hardy to approx. - 20 degrees C.).

For location, pruning, training, climbing aids, structural damage, etc., see "American" wisteria.

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(lat.: Wisteria frutescens 'Amethyst Falls')

Young flower cluster of 'Amethyst Falls'
Junge Blütentraube von "Amethyst Falls"