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-t- Planting Mix
Purple Wisteria Planting Mix

Helps your Purple 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.

Course 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- 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
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Growing Zones: 4-9
(hardy down to -20℉)

Growing Zones 4-9
You are in Growing Zone: 6

Mature Height:

20-30 ft.

Mature Width:

20-30 ft.


Full Sun, Partial Sun


10-15 ft.

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Giant Lavender Flowers

Huge, full purple flowers up to 12 inches long produce a unique scent found only in these romantic bloomers.

New leaves are so shiny they look lacquered as the sun plays over them. This plant is an absolute delight to grow.

The Purple Wisteria is easy to grow and adapts well to a wide range of soils. To get the most out of this colorful show, be sure to place your Purple Wisteria where everyone can see it.

The flowering Purple Wisteria will make an elegant and graceful statement in your landscape all season long.

Plant them in rows for a spring flower show that we know will knock your socks off. The fragrance of Wisteria blooms will have you looking forward to spring in a way you never have before.

Your Purple Wisteria from Fast Growing Trees Nursery will arrive with a good solid root system so it will quickly adapt to your yard. Order them now and witness the show from a front row seat.

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Customer Reviews

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Awesome Grower!
I have a Wisteria I planted 5 years ago as a 1 foot baby and it has grown into an 8 foot giant. The flowers that I get each year are gorgeous and smell amazing.
When I saw that sells Wisteria, I had to get more, so bought 2 of these!
FGTrees does a GREAT job packaging trees for shipping, and both of my Wisteria arrived in great condition. They were a foot tall and very healthy.
I re-potted them into a pot because I wasn't sure where I wanted them to be in my yard.
I bought these 2 in the beginning of July 2014 and we had a very hot summer and I was worried the heat would be too much for them, but they are doing AWESOME!
They have grown from the 1 foot bare branched plants I got to the 2 foot 7 inch beauties that have today. After they were in the pots for a month, I gave them a Fish fertilizer I got at Home Depot and they started popping vines everywhere and now they're reaching almost 3-4 feet long!
We finally figured out where their permanent home will be and will be planting them in the ground today, along with a trellis/arbor my husband made for them to grow up/on.
I can't wait to see the flowers come out in the spring!
I have purchased over 20 Trees/Shrubs etc from Fast Growing Trees and every single one arrived safely and in good health. All of them are doing wonderful! I would and have recommended to everyone I know!!
October 14, 2014
Copperas Cove, TX
over 3 years ago
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The star rating above is not working properly, but if it was, I would give this tree 5 stars. I bought it to plant in front of an old metal clothesline ladder that is really unsightly. I planted it last Fall. Made it through the NY winter, grew a little more, and bloomed beautifully in the Spring. Surprisinly, part of it grew up the latter, and now (August), that part is about 12 feet above the 4-5 foot high tree. I will have to figure out how to prune it at the end of the season or early next Spring. I have a feeling this tree has a lot of possibilities if pruned properly
January 1, 2013
over 5 years ago
This tree is doing well at my sisters house but her Lilac died. I don't even know how many trees I have purchased from Fast Growing Trees and I tell everyone it is the best place to get their trees. Thank you for such great trees! I plan to buy me a Purple Wisteria this fall, and I cannot wait to see how it does at my place!
January 1, 2013
over 6 years ago
Harty little rascal this purple wisteria. In Texas this year we had some hefty frost mornings and well into spring. I received my plant in great shape and as advertised, great rootball. I ordered two and glad I did--evidently lost one to frost( still waiting on just one bud) but the other is starting to bust out and strut its stuff. Can hardly wait on these to open
January 1, 2013
I can't believe how fast that it has grown about 11 inches since August 2014
Thank you
November 4, 2014
over 3 years ago
I bought, planted Wisteria. from a thin brance in a pot, replanted 6 months It was a small bush w/ green leaves. Then for 7 months I legt, no watering! Came back it was 3' brown twiggy ost all green. I got back to watering and now in June I have green leaves showing again. I'd say it's drought tolerant in upper desert Coachella Valley
January 1, 2013
I purchased the bare root Purple Wisteria and it arrived quickly and was packaged very carefully (it did not even seem to mind that the delivery man propped it against my house upside down, LOL!!). I potted it and it only took about 2-3 weeks to start budding then WOW, growing faster than I ever expected! Very pleased so far. I had bad luck with wisteria purchased from another site as a seedling, the bare root older plant was definitely a smart move!!
April 18, 2016
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Purple Wisteria
This plant that came in the mail and how it was process really blew me away. After I plant it in ground right away, ( Spring-2015 ) I didn't think it would make it. As time go by, I give a lot of TLC, including some dead-heading. Then new growth of leave start to spreading, following by a few cluster of flowers. Awesome Purple Flowering! Today, it's about five feet tall and two half feet width and still growing with a healthy look. Can't wait for the future mature growth in the coming years with ton of beauty. Great plant to have in your garden. Thanks David Key
July 26, 2015
Fayetteville, NC
over 2 years ago
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i like it
shipping was fast, plant was in nice condition, after about 3 months from 3-4 feet plant, it started cover my pergola on top
, it grows fast
September 15, 2014
over 3 years ago
Purple wisteria
It is doing great. It went from a twig in the ground to a climbing bush within a few months! We are training it to branch out and create a tree with four limbs...
August 2, 2015
Fort Worth, TX
over 2 years ago
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Planting & Care

It's Easy to Plant & Care for Your Purple Wisteria

Purple Wisteria Planting Diretions

The Wisteria is a beautiful springtime blooming vine that can be trained as a tree or shrub. It's known for its gorgeous clusters of cascading flowers that provide a lovely fragrant atmosphere. Wisteria are truly a feast for the senses once they take off in the landscape. Wisteria vines are very easy growing plants for zones 4-9. With proper pruning they can be formed into a stunning display for your home and reward you with many years of pleasure in your garden or landscape. Wisteria trees can reach a mature height of about 8-10 feet in height and width, while wisteria vines can reach 20-30 feet in height and width (in some cases even longer).

Choosing a location: The ideal spot for planting wisteria should be a sunny area with fertile, moist, well draining soil. Wisteria thrive 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) Be sure there are no other plants/trees nearby as they may be overtaken, as wisteria vines are vigorous climbers.
2) 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).
3) Prior to planting your wisteria add plenty of compost or well-rotted manure to your soil to improve drainage and soil fertility.
4) When placing your wisteria in the hole, try to spread the roots out a bit by gently combing them with your fingers.
5) 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.
6) 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.
7) Give the wisteria's planting site a thorough soaking of water and cover with mulch to retain moisture.

*Wisteria trees may require staking while they become established before they can stand on their own in heavy winds. After you plant your wisteria tree, drive your stake 6-12 inches down roughly 1/2 inch away from the trunk. Secure the tree with planter's tape every 8 inches.

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.

Remove poorly placed wisteria tree branches entirely and cut the current seasons growth back to about 5-6 large buds (leave the stubs about 6 inches long). This will help to turn some of the leaf buds into flowering buds. 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.

Your wisteria will bring you many years of joy with its beautiful cascading flowers. It will also challenge your pruning skills since pruning is necessary to encourage new growth and blooms. In some cases people are known to enjoy eating the blooms, as they are fragrant and sweet.

The leaves have been known to make an enjoyable tea when dried and steeped. One of the most common things to use the flowers for is in tossed salads since they look great and add to its delicate flavor. Over all, wisteria in its entire splendor is a wonderful, beautiful addition to your garden or landscape!

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Why did you choose this? Store
Wife loves purple
Mark M on Dec 26, 2017
my sister has been looking for this plant for a few years. this is a thank you gift for helping me through my hip surgery.
deborah m on Nov 30, 2017
Wife loves purple
Mark M on Dec 26, 2017
Love wisteria and bought the largest size to have blooms earlier.
James W on Dec 3, 2017
my sister has been looking for this plant for a few years. this is a thank you gift for helping me through my hip surgery.
deborah m on Nov 30, 2017
Put in a new arbor and want to grow this over the top.
Paul F on Nov 23, 2017
Love the color and draping
Mary T on Nov 9, 2017
I love Wisteria because of it's fragrance and look.Wanted to have it in my garden.
nilufar k on Nov 6, 2017
I really like the purple Wisteria
Saundra F on Oct 13, 2017
I love this vine! I've seen it in Italy. It reminds me of my days of student there. It is one of the most beautiful vines in the world.
tanya k on Sep 30, 2017
I trust fast growing trees. They have always sent me good quality plants that are in great shape!
Kathy H on Aug 15, 2017
I like the color and easy of growing
Patricia T on Aug 14, 2017
wisteria produce a sweet pleasant smell.
I love this flower.
benyapha s on Aug 7, 2017
Color, shape and size.
Sharon B on Aug 6, 2017
I'm planning to grow it in a pot so it can easily be controlled (Wisteria are known for how far and fast their roots will spread). Then I'm going to put the pot next to a trellis in my front yard so that the trellis will hold the vines.
Christopher B on Aug 1, 2017
Looks great, smells great
Olga G on Aug 1, 2017
Want to see if this vine will grown in our yard.
Tobi K on Jul 28, 2017
beautiful plant
judith k w on Jul 25, 2017
Wisteria is a beautiful vine. I have tried other vines and haven't been happy with them. The yellow trumpet vine is also a great vine. Draws humming birds.
Jan C on Jul 16, 2017
grammygretch on Jul 14, 2017
I chose this over the other types because this one is said to have very fragrant blossoms.
Donna M on Jul 6, 2017
Cause I've Had Then Befor Love Them Amazing
Lynda C on Jun 28, 2017
Wanted a fast growing vine
Shelly B on Jun 26, 2017
To go in front and match the colors of our house.
Charles P on Jun 24, 2017
Wanted one for a long time
A P on Jun 22, 2017
I love these trees and am going to plant one in my new front yard!
Leslie B on Jun 21, 2017
10 yr Anniversary present to each other
Sonia B on Jun 16, 2017
Beautiful. Native to our area, and highly reviewed well at your site.
Toni H on Jun 13, 2017
I always admired them, so now I'll have some to enjoy.
nicholas a on Jun 12, 2017
Looks beautiful and will grow in zone 4 climate.
Tod H on Jun 10, 2017
Ease of growth
Donald R on Jun 7, 2017
It's beautiful, and I don't want deer to eat my plants.
Aubrey S on Jun 2, 2017
Anna O on May 31, 2017
Love the flowers
Rosalie B on May 27, 2017
Have always loved these such a romantic feel..Hope I can keep it growing and healthy..
cheryl h on May 27, 2017
can't wait to see this planted. I like how it vines. Have seen in neighbors yard.
Gail B on May 22, 2017
wisteria is a favorite of mine. Also, I was happy it was offered by someone other than Pinterest.
Ramona S on May 22, 2017
My wife mentioned it and I think I have a perfect spot for it.
gary d g on May 19, 2017
Love this kind of flowers
Maria P on May 17, 2017
I like it because it makes beautiful purple flowers that my wife likes to see.
Mike S on May 16, 2017
I just bought a new house with a beautiful backyard. On the side there's a trellis that needs a tall climbing plant and purple wysteria was the first thing that came to my mind. It's gorgeous!
Marcia B on May 16, 2017
Wanted color in the front yard, love the classics.
Dana D on May 16, 2017
I love wisteria trees and my husband buys me a tree every year for are aniversary
Tina S on May 15, 2017
Selected this for claimed growth rate and success by other customers. We have an existing purple wisteria that thrives here so hoping to place one in the front yard. Wish us luck!
Lisa M on May 15, 2017
Mothers day gift for Jane from Michele
Jane F on May 14, 2017
For the flowers & scent
Nicholas C on May 13, 2017
beautiful flowers
amy s on May 9, 2017
looks amazing and fragrant
michael s on May 8, 2017
It's beautiful ,very colorful
Patricia M on May 8, 2017
Absolutely beautiful and throws off an excellent scent. As usual the price was right!
Cathy L on May 6, 2017
the fragrance
Jane B on May 4, 2017
It's just beautiful looking tree
Eva e on Apr 2, 2017
Love wisteria and bought the largest size to have blooms earlier.
James W on Dec 3, 2017
Put in a new arbor and want to grow this over the top.
Paul F on Nov 23, 2017
What is the difference between a Purple Wisteria vs. Amethyst Falls Wisteria?
Carol A on Apr 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Purple Wisteria is Wisteria sinensis, which has the biggest flowers and the longest stems in Wisteria. Amethyst Falls is a cultivar of an American native, Wisteria frutescens. The flower racemes of Amethyst Falls are not as long as those of the Chinese Wisteria and they open a little later, and the plant is a much smaller grower, reaching about 20 to 25 feet in length, versus the 30-50 feet (or more) of the Chinese Wisteria.
Can this tree be pruned each year so it stays about 6 ft tall? or is there a Dwarf version? Does it do well in Michigan winters?
George on Jun 14, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Purple Wisteria Trees are very forgiving, and can be pruned back to be kept at a desired height of around 5 feet tall. They handle Michigan winters well.
what to do with wisteria pods?
Louis R on Aug 2, 2014
BEST ANSWER: You can open the wisteria seed pods like peas and harvest the seeds, using them to plant more wisteria on your garden.
is this purple wisteria the american version or the Chinese version?
kay m on Jun 8, 2014
BEST ANSWER: This is the Chinese version... If you wish to order the American version, see Amethyst Falls Wisteria.
what will be a hight of my mature tree?
wanda w on May 31, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Mature Height: 20-30 ft.
When is the best time to plant Wisteria in Salt Lake City, Utah? It is getting hot and dry by June.
Also, we have alkaline soil, clay like. Can Wisteria do well here? When should I plant?
Melinda W on Jun 5, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I planted my wisteria during the summer. In Grand Junction I too have alkaline soils. I added a 1/2 & 1/2 mixture of humus and peat moss to the pit and mulch around the top, periodically breaking up the hard ground at the surface. In the fall I added more humus around the surface. It made it through the winter. Was one of the later plants to leaf out in late May, but is now taking off and thriving after the spring rains and the heat we have now. Hope that helps.
Will this grow along my chain link fence nicely? It says it grows to 20 feet in height.
Maria L on Aug 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes it will grow very nicely on a fence.
because of the fragrance, do they attract many insect?
michele m on May 9, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Wisteria can attract both butterflies and insects because of their fragrant blooms.
I have a very large trellis (40 ft or so), will this vine get long enough to cover it? typically, Chinese wisteria can grow very long but your dimensions say only to 30ft. I don't want it to stop short. I have already had that problem with the American Wisteria.
Zelda M on Sep 5, 2014
BEST ANSWER: We suggest to plant them 4-5ft apart so I would put 8 there. It will be very full and you will have abundant blooms.
I want to know if this wisteria can be planted as a tree and can it stand on its own without having to spread over anything?
lexi190 on Jun 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Bought ours almost two years ago, and so far it's still essentially a vine, although thicker at the base (maybe about 2" in diameter). If you train it to be a tree, it may eventually wind up that way. Ours is over a trellis arch entering a path in the garden, we wanted the coverage.
How much water?
A shopper on May 31, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Very little. I live in a HOT PART of California, and I water this maybe once or twice a week. It grows really, really fast. I don't know if more water would hurt its growth, but if you can plant it somewhere that isn't hit by sprinklers so that you are able to control the water it gets, it might be a good idea. Sometimes I even FORGET to water it and get worried, but it doesn't matter. I have two of them, and they just grow and grow.
I'm in Louisville, KY (40243). Does the Purple Wisteria bloom the same year planted? If not how long to blooming?; Do I need a trellis or does this plant stand alone?
[email protected] V on Mar 21, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hi, I planted my purple wisteria in June 2015. Pruned the plant in February 2016 and had in the summertime already some blooms. Small ones but very colorful. I enjoy my plant. Yes you need to have a trellis, the plant takes over right away and finds their way to grow. You will love it.
Can the wisteria be planted free standing or should it be supported by a structure like a trellis or something sturdier?
michele m on Aug 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I did plant mine free standing however when it starts to get a bit taller I do plan on getting a trellis for it to wrap around.
can I make new plants from my wisteria vine?
Renetta H on Jul 27, 2014
BEST ANSWER: You can propagate new vines from an established Wisteria vine. Refer to the link below for detailed instructions.
is wisteria a perennial?
A shopper on Jun 12, 2014
Can whisteria grow in southern california?
Ani L on Jun 17, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The growing zones are 4-9. Click the link to look up what growing zone you are in.
Is this a tree or a vine? I definitely want a tree, not a vine.
Deborah M on Jun 21, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The Purple Wisteria Vine can be trained to be a tree with pruning. You can research how to do this online or refer to
Is it OK to plant Purple Wisteria in the fall? Will it survive the winter in Zone 7 ( Mocksville, N.C.)?
A shopper on Sep 13, 2014
BEST ANSWER: While you don't specify when in the fall (earlier is better), it is important to allow the plant to begin to establish its root system as soon as possible. Prepare the planting hole using a mix that contains bone meal and water appropriately. Wisterias are hardy to about 20F, if there are any days (in winter) that are anticipated to get much below that be sure to mulch around the base to keep the ground from freezing. That said, I've grown wisteria at every home I've lived in, with this most recent one being in Maine. My wisteria made it through a winter that went down to -18F, and while it took a while to get going in the spring, it did, and now has grown about 12 feet.
Good luck!
what plant food do you feed wisteria plants?
Kathy R on Jun 15, 2014
BEST ANSWER: You can use rose type plant food. Wysteria thrives on a certain amount of neglect and do well without any food. It's best not to move them once planted. If the plant or flowers look distressed, then give them plant food. I'd they appear healthy, let them be. I haven't given my wisteria any plant food and it is thriving. I hope this helps you.
what shape and type of trellis would work best for my wisteria tree?
donna on Jun 27, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hi Donna. I have my wisteria growing against a stainless steel pole cemented in the ground. The pole is about 7' tall which is as tall as I will allow my trees to grow - lots of pruning. Pruning is recommended twice a year, but I do more than that, especially because they are young. I've grown wisteria in other places I've lived and I let it go really big. If you are going to let it grow big, then you need substantial support and preferably something with longevity in mind. As to shape, that's really a matter of personal taste. A quick search of google images for "trained wisteria" will give you a good idea of the different styles and shapes that can be utilized. Hope this helps a bit.
can i plant in california ?
vic k on Jun 12, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The growing zones are 4-9. Click the link to look up what growing zone you are in.
Should my purple wisteria be planted in a sunny or shady spot? In the ground or in a pot?
Connie on May 17, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Mine is in full sun about 85% of the day and doing really well. I put mine in the ground. I wouldn't leave it in the pot. They get pretty big and you'll slow its growth. Good luck.
Can it be grown in utah?
Jennifer on Aug 5, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The growing zones are 4-9. Click the link to look up what growing zone you are in.
I want something to grow up and over a pergola. Will this wisteria do that or is it a tree??
Cindy H on Apr 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I have the tree and the bush. Both tend to vine out. But the tree did not do as well. The bush is covering my trellis very well, looks beautiful, and eveyone loves it.
We live in NC, the soil here s mostly red clay, when my husband plants he adds mulch he has made from leaves and grass and other additives. Do you think this will do well?
Ron on Jul 13, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Judith, I live in Washington state and we do have some clay in our soil here. I compost and use chicken manure, peat moss, and wood chips. These seem to do well for my plants. My wisteria is doing well. Hope this helps.
Does this wisteria need to be trellised, or is it sturdy enough to stand alone?
Denise on May 13, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I have bought several, both the vines and the trees. They are all fairly young so they don't need the trellis but one vine is doing very well and I am using nothing to hold it up, the major part of it is about 6'. None have bloomed yet but they are so beautiful and healthy.
How soon does it bloom? Does it take years?
Dayna on Oct 25, 2014
BEST ANSWER: It is true that wisteria can take many years to bloom, especially if the wisteria was grow from seed. Out are older and come from graphed specimens, so you should get blooms rather soon. Or no more than 3 years, but most blooms some in the first season.
will this do well in star valley wyoming, when it can get 30 below.what would do well there ?
A shopper on Sep 30, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The Purple Wisteria can thrive in your area. Depending on how harsh your winters are, you may want to protect your plant by placing additional mulch around it during the winter. You can also place burlap around the plant for additional protection.
Where are these most grown, or where do they grow most plentiful at? From what country?
A shopper on Jul 19, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Purple Wisterias do well all over the country, how ever I do often see them all over town in SC, I believe they're more poplar in the South. Wisterias do very well in the North also. They're from China and Korea.
Will the Purple Wisteria live through N.H. winters?
mary l on Jul 18, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I am not familiar with N.H. winters - but last fall we had to replant this young tree as it was in the way of some landscaping we had to do. Here in northern Iowa we had a very long, harsh winter last year with a lot of snow and temps dipping down to -25 degrees for prolonged periods. It is doing fine this summer. Also, I have a wisteria vine that is about 3 years old and it is thriving. Hope this helps!

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