Wisteria Amethyst Falls is a flowering vine native to North America that oftentimes suffers from the bad reputation the Asian Wisteria vines have earned due to their invasive growing habits. Just to set the record straight, be assured that Amethyst Falls Wisteria is a slower growing, less aggressive and better behaved vine than its Chinese and Japanese cousins.
While other varieties of Wisteria may take up to 10 years to begin flowering, Amethyst Falls Wisteria flowers at one year of age. Blooming heavily in spring, it will continue blooming intermittently throughout the summer months as well.
Gorgeous green foliage provides a lovely backdrop for the weeping lavender-blue flower clusters that cascade downward giving the appearance of a waterfall–therefore the name, Amethyst Falls.
Deciduous Amethyst Falls Wisteria is easily trained to an arbor or trellis, so it’s perfect for framing the entrance to a garden or adding decorative interest to patio supports and beams. It’s also possible to trim, shape and train this climber to become a tree, on par with any found in a storybook’s enchanted forest.
Amethyst Falls Wisteria gives off an aroma that attracts bees, birds and butterflies like crazy. Countless varieties of hummingbirds literally flock to this particular Wisteria.
Amethyst Falls Wisteria is hardy and adaptable to most any type of soil, as long as it’s well-drained. For best flowering results, plant this twining vine in areas with full sun so that it is truly able to show off her dangling purple blooms.
Drought tolerant, deer and pest resistant--this Wisteria is so easy to grow. Minimal pruning and a little fertilization in late winter is all it takes to keep this flowering vine looking its best year after year.
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