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Amethyst Falls Wisteria

Wisteria frutescens 'Amethyst Falls'


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-t- Root Rocket™ Fertilizer
Root Rocket™ Transplant Fertilizer

2oz. Packet

Get your new plants off to the right start by using Root Rocket™ Transplant.

This soil amendment contains 16 strains of mycorrhizal fungi, biostimulants, beneficial bacteria and Horta-Sorb® water management gel.

Simply sprinkle the product into the planting hole adjacent to the root ball when planting.

The organisms will start to work right away supplying the roots with much needed nutrition.

The specially formulated Horta-Sorb® will reduce transplant stress and aid in water retention.

1 packet per plant

Root Rocket Fertilizer
-t- Planting Mix
Amethyst Falls Wisteria Planting Mix

Helps your Amethyst Falls Wisteria get established in a fraction of the time, become more drought tolerant, and grow faster. Here's how:

Beneficial Bacteria... It's like a Probiotic for your tree... creating an explosion of fine hair roots that vastly improves nutrient and water uptake.

Coarse Organic Compost... loosens and improves all types of soils while promoting proper pH levels. You get better drainage and moisture retention.

Microbial Fertilizers... including Sea Kelp, Yucca, and 100 other elements proven to gently feed your tree without burning the roots.

Use 1 bag of Planting Mix for each plant ordered.

Soil Contents
-t- TreeGator® Jr. Watering Bag
TreeGator® Jr.

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TreeGator® is super easy to install without any tools, and it can easily be filled up with a standard garden hose or can even be connected to a rain barrel!

It's a super time saver that takes the worry out continually remembering whether you've watered your new tree or not. Plus, all the water that goes into the drip bag is used up with no waste, so TreeGator® is environmentally friendly with regard to water use.

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Growing Zones: 5-9
(hardy down to -10℉)

Growing Zones 5-9
You are in Growing Zone: 6

Mature Height:

20-30 ft.

Mature Width:

5-8 ft.



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Botanical Name:

Wisteria frutescens 'Amethyst Falls'

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North America's Well-Behaved Wisteria

Hardy Wisteria All the Way to Zone 5
Amethyst Falls Wysteria is a fast growing vine that produces full purple flowers up to 12 inches long.  Zones 5-9  can enjoy a graceful show of shimmering beauty that is otherwise typically reserved for the sunny south. This is a sterile plant, so it won't choke out your other trees and take over your yard like many Chinese varieties of wisteria. Your tree will blossom each spring with cascading flowers and will lightly repeat throughout summer. While the blooms steal the show, the green foliage is impressive in its own right. New leaves are so shiny they look lacquered as the sun plays over them.  

Easy to Grow and Maintain
The Amethyst Falls Wisteria is easy to grow and adapts well to a wide range of soils.  Once established, it's drought tolerant.  There are no known issues regarding insects or pests, and it's deer resistant as well.  

There are so many options to grow the beautiful Amethyst Falls Wisteria. It flourishes quickly at the onset of spring, elegantly wrapping around fences and trellises. If you're one of those growers who are eager to see results as soon as temperatures warm up, you'll love how swiftly this vine swings into action. Allow the vine to climb across your pergola.  You'll reap the benefits of shade as you admire the lightly scented lavender flowers that flow above. This variety will easily grow in a container.  Stake it in order for it to grow upright in tree-form.

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Arrived looking wonderful..
We received this wisteria promptly and it was huge an lovely from the start.It is growing fast and looks fantastic is creeping up our pergola and promises to be exactly what we wanted.
I highly recommend this plant.
July 5, 2018
6 months ago
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Excellent for a brown thumb wanna-be gardener like me!
After digging out a rogue grape vine, I needed something to fill the hole. I liked the idea of a vine that would eventually (hopefully) grow up and over my pergola. As American Wisteria are less aggressive and invasive than their Chinese cousin, I ordered the Amethyst Falls. My wisteria arrived quickly and well packaged and the planting instructions were excellent for a brown thumb wanna-be gardener like me. After almost texted months, I'm happy to say it's still alive and well, with some new shoots already aiming for the sky. I've been very impressed with Fast Growing Trees this far and have ordered several items from them since.
Alive and well after two months. New shoot starting to climb up the house.
Packaged well and came with a small trellis.
June 23, 2018
7 months ago
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My wisteria is doing very well and has already bloomed several flowers since I planted it. So glad I bought it!
May 20, 2018
9 months ago
Wonderful experience
First of all, ordering from Fast-Growing Trees is such a no hassle experience. Secondly, the plants come to my door ready to put into the ground. The Amethyst Falls Wisteria came with a root ball and was green during the end of summer and into the fall, it wintered beautifully and now has spring buds and green leaves. I can't wait to see the flowers bloom.
May 17, 2018
1 year ago
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Love them!!
Growing fast, blooms already on it that smell heavenly.
I was confused on if the sticks it shipped with got planted with them, would have liked clarification but overall I'm thrilled with these.
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May 12, 2018
9 months ago
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If at first you don't succeed, try, try again
The fist wisteria plant I received from fast-growing-trees came in the winter and looked like a stick with a few scrawny roots. It was a sad surprise two months later, when it warmed up, and local wisteria was in bloom, when it still looked like a stick. Sure enough, it was dead. After digging it up, it didn't even have roots anymore.

Fast-growing-trees responded quickly to my issue and sent me a new wisteria plant. From the get-go I knew this plant would have no issues surviving. It was green, lush, and looked like a happy, healthy plant. Two weeks later, and it has grown noticeably. I repotted it into a planter and even so, the little guy is thriving.

In short, I'm very happy with my purchase and with the quality of customer service. I have since ordered more plants from here and this will continue to be my go-to when ordering online.
Look at that! This wasn't there two weeks ago!
It just keeps on growing
April 15, 2018
Growing Zone:
amazing service & exactly what I ordered
ordered Friday night, shipped Monday morning, arrived Tuesday morning. I'm so very impressed with the speed of delivery as well as the customer service I'd received before my plants even arrived! I'd forgotten the free shipping code with my order and they're refunding the cost!

as far as the vines I received (3 in total), they're definitely as tall as I paid for, and all of them are already budding, I imagine the warm wet weather I've been experiencing will super wake it back up within a week.
February 21, 2018
9 months ago
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So Far, So Good
Our Amethyst Falls Wisteria arrived well hydrated and nicely packed. Of course,it's fall, so there are no flowers. It looks big enough to possibly have a flower next year, but I know that a plant "sleeps, creeps then leaps" which means it should be beautiful in year 3. I am patient enough to wait as long as I start out with a healthy plant with a healthy root system and that is just what I got from Fast Growing Trees.
October 25, 2017
1 year ago
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Very satisfactory
I love the tree. It came in very good shape in the box but I did not put it in the ground right away because my husband and I had a disagreement as to where to plant it. I want it in a sunny place in the front yard but he said not enough room there when it grows because it can grow up to 30 feet according to your catalog. We finally agreed to plant it on the side of the house. My only concern is, Japanese wisterias can also become invasive. Is that true? Yes I will recommend you to others because you are good.
August 22, 2017
1 year ago
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I love my Amethyst Falls wisteria. It was one of the most beautiful plant I have ever ordered. Very healthy plant. Planted it right away and it is already growing more branches on it. I do have a question though. I planted it as a tree and it has green tape for packaging purposes, I need to know if I should remove the tape? thank you again for the beautiful plant.
August 14, 2017
1 year ago
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Planting & Care

It's Easy to Plant & Care for Your Amethyst Falls Wisteria

Amethyst Falls Wisteria Planting Diretions

The Amethyst Falls Wisteria (Wisteria frutescens 'Amethyst Falls') is a beautiful blooming vine that is great for all of the joys of wisteria but without the fears of it overtaking your property. This particular type of wisteria is commonly planted in USDA growing zones 5-9. It is drought tolerant, widely adaptable to many soil types and will mature to a height of 20-30 feet and a width of 5-8 feet. The Amethyst Falls prefers full to partial sun and to be spaced roughly 10-15 feet apart as to not inhibit their moderate growth rate. Their flowers can reach lengths of up to 12 inches long!

Choosing a location: The ideal spot for planting wisteria should be a sunny area with fertile, moist, well draining soil. Wisteria thrives in almost any soil type as long as it is well draining and receives at least 6 hours of direct sunlight.

Planting directions: Anytime from spring until fall is the ideal time for planting your wisteria.

1) Dig a hole that is three times as wide as the root ball and just as deep (if planting more than one, space the plants 10-15 feet apart).
2) Prior to planting your wisteria add plenty of compost or well-rotted manure to your soil to improve drainage and soil fertility.
3) When placing your wisteria in the hole, try to spread the roots out a bit by gently combing them with your fingers.
4) Gently hold the plant while making sure it’s vertical in the hole and back fill the hole with your other hand, working the soil around the roots to avoid air pockets. Then gently firm the soil down with both hands, but don’t pack the soil too tight as it could harm the root system.
5) Make a rim of soil around the edge of the planting hole. This basin-like ring will catch and hold water channeling it directly down to the root system.
6) Give the wisteria’s planting site a thorough soaking of water and cover with mulch to retain moisture.

Watering: During your first year the wisteria will benefit from regular watering while the roots become established. An inch of rainfall per week is recommended which equals out to about 4 gallons of water weekly. Water your wisteria in the morning or evening on hot, summer days to allow the plant to soak up the water before it evaporates. A slow trickling from the hose works best so the soil can absorb water without run off. Once fully established the natural rainfall in your area should be sufficient for your wisteria unless in times of drought, then you will need to water once every two weeks.

Fertilizing: Your wisteria will require little fertilizing if any at all, excessive fertilizing will inhibit the blooming. If you have poor or sandy soil then consider using a small amount of fertilizer like formula 5-10-10 or 5-10-5. Feed your wisteria about 3/4 cup per square yard each year during the spring.

Pruning: Wisteria (unlike many plants) needs to be pruned twice a year, typically once in late winter and again in mid-summer. Winter pruning is to prepare the flowering spurs for the upcoming season. Summer pruning keeps the long, whip-like shoots under control encouraging them to become flowering spurs. Don’t concern yourself too much if you make a mistake in the pruning your first time around. Wisteria is a forgiving, vigorous grower and the next season will give you another chance.

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Why did you choose this? Store
HOA D on Aug 26, 2018
Teresa M on Jun 4, 2018
HOA D on Aug 26, 2018
it looks to be perfect for my needs
kathleen w on Jun 14, 2018
Teresa M on Jun 4, 2018
love the smell!!!
Anne S on May 19, 2018
I thought it would look nice over my new trellis. Our family is growing and I thought we change up the backyard
Gloria T on May 5, 2018
Love Wisteria and the large blossoms will be lovely
Sheila & Steve A on Mar 25, 2018
Because they are quite eye catching and one of my long life loves are flowering trees, ordered this beauty for my bday as a gift from my husband to plant in our front yard of our house we just purchased. First time home buyers! We are excited to watch it grow old with us!
marielena W on Dec 6, 2017
Color and noninvasive variety.
Holly B on Nov 22, 2017
I love the color of this Wisteria.
Sandy M on Oct 28, 2017
We finally have a permanent place to grow with my favorite flowering vine! Looking forward to planting :)
virginia t on Oct 15, 2017
There is something romantic about Wysteria. We know we will have to make sure it behaves!
richard b on Sep 13, 2017
I like the color
Patricia T on Aug 14, 2017
Looks great, smells great
Olga G on Aug 1, 2017
for my pergola
Giorgia C on Jul 29, 2017
the beauty of this tree. Iv e always wanted one but I didn't want the deep purple. I saw this and it seems perfect for what I want
Michelle B on Jul 17, 2017
Because there is a trellis waiting for it.
Dorothee W on Jul 5, 2017
The 2 wisteria plants are on either side of my pergola and look forward to training it to someday cover the entire structure. I already has bloomed twice and looks beautiful.
Karen S on Jun 16, 2017
Great for shade
MICHAEL R on May 8, 2017
We were looking for a climbing vine and it worked! It has climbed over 20 feet and looks great in out backyard.
Jonathan S on May 4, 2017
Needed more mature plants for garden
James H on Apr 23, 2017
Amethyst is a lucky color an looks incredible I hope it will grow same for me
Eva e on Apr 2, 2017
Drapes well to cover eyesores in landscaping
Kathryn H on Sep 5, 2016
I have always loved Wisteria, and finally planted 2 trees last spring. They grew amazingly fast, and bloomed beautifully this spring!
Jane M on Jun 18, 2016
SANDRA S on Jun 10, 2016
I love the scent and have a place for it to climb
Nancy N on Apr 1, 2016
To dress up a plain patio cover
Cornelia M on Mar 31, 2016
because I wanted a wisteria vine and so I chose this one.
Nell B P on Mar 30, 2016
I chose this wisteria just because I love wisterias.
curlene p on Mar 16, 2016
I grow up with this
Michael P on Nov 26, 2015
Easily controlled and fits into a small space.
Teresa on Oct 24, 2015
it looks to be perfect for my needs
kathleen w on Jun 14, 2018
love the smell!!!
Anne S on May 19, 2018
Based on other reviews on the Internet, I'm a little confused. I thought this was a tree. Many reviewers are saying that it is a vine that they had grow on a trellis. Which one is correct?
Beth E on Mar 31, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This is a vine. It can be grown on a sturdy pergola or arch, or it can be pruned fairly rigorously and trained to have a trunk with the leaves and flowers on top. When grown like this, it is usually kept under 6-8 feet. Amethyst Falls comes from a native Wisteria, and grows much smaller (20 feet or so if unpruned) than the commonly seen Chinese Wisteria, which can grow over 50-60 feet high if left on its own.
I planted 2 Amethyst Falls close to a cistern wall. The wall is solid concrete with rebar. Should I be concerned about the root system damaging the wall? I use the cistern to catch rainfall to water my plants. Advise. Thanks
Lanny H on Aug 11, 2014
BEST ANSWER: If your concrete is 5to6 inches thick, you will probably be OK. The Amethyst Falls is not nearly as aggressive as the Chinese Wisteria, but it is still a pretty strong grower.
Is it as beautiful as it looks?
A shopper on Jun 22, 2014
I have not had any blooms in 4yrs????
Leonard R on Apr 21, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I have had a wisteria vine for ten years. It did nothing for the first 3-4 years then I trimmed it back and it's been flowering and growing every year. Try cutting it back a bit.
How invasive is this plant?
Jackie H on Jul 3, 2015
BEST ANSWER: No, this is the American version of the wisteria and is non-invasive.

The Chinese version van be invasive in some parts of the country, and is an aggressive growing in other parts.
What zones do these tolerate and not winter-kill?
Joan R on Apr 21, 2015
BEST ANSWER: These are suitable for zones 5-9. Here is a hardiness zone map to see where your area is located.
Can these grow well in planters?
FJ on Jul 12, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I have never tried to grow them in planters, but my hunch is that they would NOT do well since their mature height (length) is 20-30 feet. Even if you trimmed the growth back aggressively you would still have to trim the roots to keep them from cracking the pot you plant them in. See this thread for more on this
it shows it grows in zones 5 through 9 but yet is says it does not ship to Arizona.. why..?
connie on May 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Every state has its own laws and regulations about shipping live plant material into its area, and those with a big agricultural industry have the strictest regulations. Arizona prohibits shipping of this product into their state, and it could be for a number of reasons: where it was grown, the potting material, the variety of plant,, etc.
How do I get the seeds to sprout and start?
dan H on Aug 24, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I've grown wisteria from seed produced by another wisteria in a different part of my yard. Not sure if you started with a natural seed pod or purchased seeds. What I did was take the mature seed, put it in a peat pot (for seed germination) with a little bit of potting soil, plant it in the top part of the pot and keep it moist (but not wet). Once it gets going you can then plant the peat pot with your new wisteria (after all danger of frost is passed) in the garden (or container). Hope that helps.
Second year, no blooms? But it's full and growing well. Seems to love the area it's in.
Lindi B on May 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: mine is just starting to bud, no blooms yet, but the spring weather has been funky this year. last year was my first year with them and they did get a couple of flowers. I thought I heard that year 2 is a growth year for flowing trees and they may not flower. fingers crossed~! good luck to you.
do you need a special planting mix for wisteria?
sandi on Jun 14, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I would say no. I had used the fast grow fertilizer that this website recommends, however a wild animal dug it all up and ate it because apparently it smelled really good to them. ( they also tore into the plastic bag full of it that I had sitting outside on my porch.) So, I put the soil back around the wisteria and just watered it and it has been doing fantastic. I have owned mine now for over two years and have only needed to water it periodically during extreme heat in the summer. It grows like crazy!
What is the best wisteria to buy for my pergola?
Clare T on Apr 6, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I bought two Amethyst Falls Wisteria for my pergola and did one on each side. I planted them in May 2015, and last year (2016) they reached the top of the pergola and started moving horizontally along the top, after I tied them down. They have done really well with very little maintenance. And I had blooms the first year I planted them.
Not sure where to plant them. Close to my pergola? And how close if I do that
Michele on May 22, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I suggest a foot away, taking into account that the wisteria's trunk becomes quite thick after many years. Also, if your pergola has a concrete footing, as mine does, the roots will need a little more room.
Will it grow along a chain link fence?
David R on May 12, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes they will grow along a chain link fence.
I planted this as a tree. Do I need to remove the green tape that is around it and let the branches fall? I was worried about taking the tape off.
Michelle B on Aug 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Michelle, you have made a fantastic choice of Wisteria to train in to a tree form. Such great memories you've brought back of my Grandmother and her trees that would cause people to stop and could not believe their eyes and the included her Azaleas that were enormous and put their cousins the Rhododendron family to shame.
1.As to your question; absolutely remove that tape! here is a list I go by; from learning from the best, my Grandma: Wisteria vine too tree form, first place a strong, 5’ to 6’ foot post or pipe into the soil next to the plant (I prefer wood as it will overtime becomes part of your new living artwork).
2.) Find your most vigorous, strongest stem to begin the training of your Wisterias vertically, Now this part is an emotional one for some but it’s a necessity for your overall purpose and that is to prune back all other vines flush with the main stem.
3.) By now I assume that green floral tape has been long gone. Find some soft material to use, Grandmas go to even for winterizing bulbs where her stockings; now don’t try it ladies😉 I know there are plenty of you gals out there with that drawer. I use old undershirts even new ones cut in strips, as long as you use a soft material that ties to train the selected stem upright on the stake, supporting it so it will grow a single trunk.
4.) Throughout each season, keep an eye out for lateral shoots and prune them to maintain the single-stem tree effect. When the wisteria reaches your desired height; typically, I see gardeners stop at around 4-5 feet. I personally go for a height that my 6’2” frame allows me a safe passage through, I say the higher to Heaven the more blessed the tree.
5.) Finally, when you have reached your personal height; you then begin clipping or simply pinch out of the top growth to promote branching at the top forming your tree; a beauty and artistic expression of respect for Mother Nature, you and those in the future. Have fun and with patents you will be rewarded handsomely!
Will this vine's roots damage basement walls and/or grow through the cracks/grout?
Charles on Sep 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I am in Florida with no basement but have planted on the corner of the house. It is doing well but only one flower this 2nd year. So far no root damage but keep an eye on the vines that grow fast when they are sneaking away from where they should be heading!
Do you sell a RED wisteria?
A shopper on Jul 19, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately we only carry Wisterias in pink and purple.
When will it bloom? Mine is 4 years old and nothing
Weezie on May 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Weezie, We got ours last year or the year before and it is absolutely covered with purple blooms ready to burst out. We are in a Suburb of Chicago where we had a mild winter and warm spring. We are really happy with ours and hope yours blooms soon. I haven't done anything special to ours except to keep it watered well during very hot spells.
HOW do you prune it?
Shelly S on Jul 23, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Wisteria (unlike many plants) needs to be pruned twice a year, typically once in late winter and again in mid-summer. Winter pruning is to prepare the flowering spurs for the upcoming season. Summer pruning keeps the long, whip-like shoots under control encouraging them to become flowering spurs. Don’t concern yourself too much if you make a mistake in the pruning your first time around. Wisteria is a forgiving, vigorous grower and the next season will give you another chance.
How long does it take for them to grow and Bloom?
Toni D on Apr 29, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Mine bloomed the first year. I was shocked. It was only about 3 ft tall but was covered in flowers. I was amazed! This will be summer number two coming up, it turned into a stick over the winter but now has new growth all over about 6 inches long so far. Can't wait to see how far up the trellis is will go.
Is this a tree,bush or vine?
Verdi on Feb 19, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It starts out as a vine, grows very bushy and can remain either as a vine or a bush with regular trimming. If allowed to continue to grow, within several years it will turn into a tree and continue to become a very very tall tree.
How do these come how big are they and how long before they bloom? Would they go up 8' lattice wall and then over a slatted roof???
Randita on Aug 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I purchased one about 2 years ago.It arrived via UPS, very well packaged, healthy and about 1'-3' tall. I planted it on the East side of a 12' wrought iron trellis and the first year it reached the top. I wind it around the metal "slats"& use plastic ties to anchor it to the trellis and keep trying to train it to go across the top. It bloomed once the first year and this year it will bloom twice. We purchased another one this year and I planted it on the West side of the same trellis. I'm training it to to climb and I'm sure by the end of the season it will be half way up the trellis. By next summer, the trellis will probably be completely filled. You'll probably have to do the same thing with your's-keep weaving it up the lattice wall & over the slatted roof.
I have a metal arbor. I planted 2 clematis on each side. Could the wisteria be added? Would it choke out the clematis?
Jean R on May 29, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I have a wrought iron arbor and have a Wisteria a Clematis and Morning Glories on the same side. They don't choke each other out & my Clematis is actually growing higher than ever because it's following the Wisteria. I planted the Clematis first but it would only grow half way up the trellis so I added the Morning Glories. I still wasn't happy with the look so I finally bought the Wisteria and they are all co-existing well and something is always blooming all year long.
Will a cyclone fence hold up a wisteria vine ?
Tony D on Apr 17, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I have mine growing on a small trellis up to the top of a pergola and it is holding fine for two years now.
How long does the vining. Winsteria bloom I have the amethyst fall?
Brenda M on Mar 16, 2017
BEST ANSWER: i purchased mine 2 years ago , it bloomed right away and that was still during the drought
my blossoms bloomed for over 2 month
the blossoms are not as big as the picture , maybe because of the weather
in the summertime we have avg. 20 days over 100 degrees . i added some fertilizer spikes this year
Is this an evergreen?
Christy on May 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: No. This is a vine. It has a woody base, but it is a vine that climbs and will produce purple flowers.
I have a very high wall that separates our yard from our neighbors. It's an eyesore but I would love to plant Amethyst Falls Wysteria plants would they climb the wall?
Debbi M on Apr 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I would say definately if the wall is a little rough. If you need just attach some lathing strips or chicken wire to the wall. The vines attach to just about anything. Mine are in bloom right now and they are beautiful. I am growing them up over a an arbor we built. I can't wait to see them in a couple more years. Caution they are aggressive in summer and require frequent trimming. In winter they are dormant and loose their leaves.
Do these plants attract hummingbirds?
Gramma Donna on Nov 29, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Oh my yes!!! For the first year we have had 10 - 15 different hummingbirds lasting all season!!!
How often does this bloom?
Patricia J on Jan 1, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Once in the spring. Very lovely. Attracts bees and hummingbirds.
why are my wisteria falls leaves yellow?
Bianka G on Jun 9, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Could they not be draining well? Mine are on a slight incline and are watered often but they do drain well. I also buy triple phosphate on line. They have grown 10 feet since planted and have beautiful purple flowers. They are also a great privacy fence. Good luck!

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