Prepare a large hole for your Wisteria and loosen the soil thoroughly with a fork. Ensure a well-drenched root ball - soak it overnight in a bucket of lukewarm water. Plant your wisteria at the correct depth - the top of the root ball should come to just below soil level. Fill the hole with soil, heel well in and water your wisteria immediately after planting. Both varieties of wisteria will thrive in fertile, humus right soil. Improve poor soil with the added mix of well-rotted manure or compost - especially when planting next to a wall. Your wisteria likes to be in full sun.
Wisteria 'Rosea' - Climbing plantsWisteria floribunda 'Rosea'
A pink Wisteria with delightfully scented flowers!
This charming climbing plant is a very abundantly flowering climbing shrub with beautiful pink flowers in long racemes up to 50 cm long! A sturdy grower that will thrive against a sunny wall or over a pergola! Plant it in a prominent place because you're going to love this plant! Wisteria 'Rosea' will need tying in and is not self-clinging.Show more
Planting and flowering details
Training your WisteriaWisteria is a climber with rapidly-growing tendrils which they use for gripping to anything it can grab. Train the young shoots to climb in the appropriate direction. This plant is best used as a solitary plant. With some patience, it is even possible to let the Wisteria grow into a standard. Provide support by using a sturdy climbing pole next to the main shoot.
Show moreBoth the Japanese Wisteria (Wisteria floribunda) and the Chinese Wisteria (Wisteria sinensis) are strong, undemanding plants. Do give them extra water in periods of drought. A mulch over the winter will be appreciated too.
For a rich growth and flowering of both varieties we recommend training some long horizontal branches along a wall or a pergola.
The Japanese Wisteria needs to be prunedWisteria can be pruned twice a year. Tie in several long, horizontal branches and prune all side shoots back to 2 or 3 eyes in January or February. In July after flowering, cut all side shoots back to 4 or 5 leaves. This keeps your wisteria compact and will flower abundantly the following year.
Show moreWisteria is one of the most beautiful climbers. The lovely scented flowers hang in long, graceful, drooping clusters. Swaying Wisteria branches are very powerful and can damage sensitive materials such as drainpipes. The seeds of the wisteria are poisonous.
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Latin name Wisteria floribunda 'Rosea' Delivery type Supplied as container plant Guarantee 5 years guarantee Color Pink Light preference full sun , partial sun Scented deliciously scented Flowering period May - June Growing height 400 - 600 cm Planting distance 100 - 150 cm