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Wisteria is a genus of flowering plants in the pea family, Fabaceae. It contains ten species of woody climbing vines native to Asia and North America. The name honors American physician Caspar Wistar (1761–1818).

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This ultra-compact wisteria is perfect for growing in UK gardens. It will flower reliably in its first year, filling the air with the perfume of spring flowers in May. In its early years it will remain compact and manageable, making it a great patio plant. Eventually it will reach a height of 12-15ft and spread to around 6ft if left unpruned, but can be maintained at half this size and still yield masses of flowers every single spring from this year onwards.

Heavenly Scented Wisteria Sinensis

Looking for a plant that will make a stunning visual impact and fill the air with a heavenly scent? Look no further than the Wisteria Sinensis. This brilliant climber can be trained onto trellises, fences or walls, reaching up to 9m high and 5m across. It’s supplied as 1x wisteria sinensis in 9cm pot, complete with T&M’s very own cultural instructions on how to care for your plants.

Beautiful Amethyst Falls Wisteria

This ultra-compact wisteria variety is perfectly suited to growing in UK gardens. Many other varieties of wisteria can take up to five years to flower, but Amethyst Falls will reliably flower in its first year. The flowers will pour like a river of lilac from this fantastic plant throughout May, filling the air with the perfume of spring flowers. In its early years it will remain compact and manageable, making it a brilliant patio plant perfect for growing in a pot. Eventually it will reach a height of 12-15ft and spread to around 6ft if left unpruned. However, it can be maintained at half this size and still yield masses of flowers every single spring from this year onwards.

Yellow Wisteria Bonsai Flower Seed

This item is a tree bonsai flower seed that is yellow in color. The wisteria is a rare flower and it takes around 1-4 weeks time to deliver after the item has been dispatched. This would be a perfect home gardening diy plant for anyone who loves flowers.

Wisteria: Frequently asked questions

What types of Wisteria are there and what determines a good product?

There are many types of Wisteria, including Japanese and Chinese. The most popular is the American Wisteria (W. frutescens), which has blue flowers in spring, followed by purple-blue berries that attract birds to your garden or yard all summer long.

A good Wisteria is one that has a strong, healthy trunk and branches. The best time to buy a plant is in the winter when you can see how well it was pruned during the summer months. Look for plants with multiple trunks or at least several large stems coming from one root system; this will ensure that your new tree will have plenty of vigor once planted in its permanent location. When buying bare-root trees, look for those whose roots are still covered by their original soil (this indicates they were recently dug up), as opposed to ones where all of the dirt has been washed off of them (these may be older). Also try not to purchase any trees which show signs of insect damage on their leaves or bark.

Who should use a Wisteria?

A Wisteria is a great choice for anyone who wants to experience the benefits of CBD without any psychoactive effects. It’s also perfect for those looking to treat anxiety, depression or stress as it can help promote feelings of calm and relaxation.

Based on what criteria should you buy a Wisteria?

The most important thing to look for is a healthy plant. A good nursery will have plants that are well-established, with strong growth and no signs of disease or insect damage. Look at the leaves – they should be dark green in color without any spots or yellowing (unless it’s late summer). If you see insects on your Wisteria check closely for webbing between branches; this indicates an infestation of spider mites which can quickly spread through a whole planting if not treated immediately. Also make sure there aren’t any holes in the trunk where pests could get inside. Finally, take note of how much space each plant has around it – overcrowded plants tend to grow more slowly than those given plenty of room to stretch out their roots and stems.

The first thing you need to look out for is the size of a Wisteria. This plant can grow up to 20 feet in height and 10 feet wide, so it needs plenty of space. If your garden or yard doesn’t have enough room, then this may not be the best choice for you. You also want to make sure that there are no other plants nearby with similar flowers as they will cross-pollinate and ruin each other’s scent.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of a Wisteria?


Wisteria is a great plant for people who don’t have much time to care for their plants. It requires little maintenance and can be left alone without any problems. The only thing you need to do is water it occasionally, but even that isn’t necessary if the soil stays moist enough (but not too wet).


Wisteria is a very invasive plant and can be difficult to remove. It also attracts bees, wasps, hornets and other insects that may sting people or pets.

Shopping Guide: Everything you need to know

Which brands and manufacturers are represented in our review?

In our review, we present products from various manufacturers and suppliers. The list includes products from the following brands and manufacturers, among others:

  • U’Artlines
  • Yueshop
  • GardenersDream

What is the price range of the featured products?

The cheapest Wisteria in our review costs around 10 pounds and is ideal for customers who are conscious about their money. However, those who are willing to spend more money for better quality can also spend around 37 pounds for one of the more expensive products.