Wisteria 'Macrostachya'

Flowers late, from the end of May to June. This is followed by two, albeit much weaker re-flowering until early autumn. The flowers are of medium length (up to approx. 25 cm) and, if space is available, have a drooping habit. The foliage is long-lasting but does not change colour in autumn. The species originates from North America, this is an unknown variety that was found and propagated in Leipzig on a house, see photos. Photos found and propagated in Leipzig. It twines to the right, i.e. "anti-clockwise". Very frost-hardy, moderately fragrant, seeds poisonous.

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

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(lat.: Wisteria frutescens var. macrostachya)

Wisteria macrostachya
Wisteria macrostachya