Wisteria 'Issai Naga'

A relative of "Domino", but with long flower clusters (up to approx. 40 cm). Blooms very profusely even at a young age, scores with good repeat flowering and yellow fall colouring. Therefore particularly suitable for cultivation in planters. Blooms at the same time as the foliage, which means that green tones are also visible during the main flowering period. "Issai Naga" is of course also suitable for facades and pergolas if there is enough space for the somewhat longer flower clusters. "Issai Naga" was brought to Europe by the Japanese plant dealer Koichiro Wada around 1935, has a rather weak fragrance and usually twines to the left ("clockwise"). Poisonous seeds.

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

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(lat.: Wisteria floribunda 'Issai Naga')

Flowers, probably from Wisteria floribunda 'Issai Naga"
Flowers, probably from Wisteria floribunda 'Issai Naga"