Purple Clouds of Fragrance The Aunt Dee Wisteria, ‘Wisteria macrostachya ‘Aunt Dee’, produces showy clusters of fragrant, lilac like, light purple flowers in the spring. This deciduous, twining, woody vine is noted for long life and exceptional beauty. Aunt Dee Wisteria needs support, such as a trellis, arbor or fence to grow and climb on. Aunt Dee Wisteria blooms when very young. It prefers deep, moist, well-drained soil in full sun. Prune Aunt Dee Wisteria after flowering. Heads will turn when this plant is in full bloom. All parts of plant are poisonous if ingested. Wisterias are long lived and hardy. This plant will adapt too many soils and climates and it is disease and pest resistant. *Clouds of Purple Blooms in Spring*Attracts Butterflies and Hummingbirds*Adaptable, Fast Growing, and Long Lived.
Gorgeous Twining Vine with Decorative Fruit American Bittersweet Vines, Celastrus scandens, has clusters of petite, green-tinted blossoms appear sprinkled throughout this decorative vine in spring. Orange-yellow capsules appear in summer, opening to reveal scarlet berry-like seeds that persist into winter. Even the fall foliage of Bittersweet is colorful, its lively yellow leaves brightening up the autumn landscape. This fast-growing vine is the perfect way to dress up a drab area of your late-season yard. From its delightful twining nature and spring color to its fall display and brilliant red berries, American Bittersweet is sure to brighten your landscape this year. * Spring flowers * Non-edible berries * Fall color * Winter interest * Fast growing * Cuttings used in indoor arrangements * Adaptive to a variety of soils * Wildlife interest.