Breathtaking Blue Flowers on a Fairytale Vine Are you ready to make a dramatic change to your home? Do you want something that will have the neighbors talking every spring and is easy to grow, too? Painted, photographed and envied for generations, Blue Chinese Wisteria Vine is one of the most romantic and beautiful vines in the world and is a simple way to make a spectacular change to your home. Whether it is elegantly draped over your garden arbor or framing your front porch, this hardy, healthy vine is bound to bring you pleasure and make your neighbors envious. Every spring, foot-long panicles of blue to lavender flowers drip like tassels from the vine for a month or more. They typically grow 15 to 20 feet tall and each year the stalk gets thicker and more gnarled in a very fairytale fashion. Some vines have been known to grow 65 feet or more with 15 inch trunks at full maturity! The flower production gets heavier each year too, with the stunning blue flowers completely hiding the rest of the vine in spring. First imported to the U.S. in 1816, these beauties have stood the test of time, so you can be sure they will add timeless beauty to your home. In recent years Chinese Wisteria have been THE best sellers at Nature Hills, so please don’t wait to order yours, because we WILL sell out! * Instant curb appeal * Four seasons of interest * Show-stopping spring blooms* Deer Resistant .
The Wisteria ‘Lavender Falls’, Wisteria floribunda ‘Betty Tam’, is a phenomenal Wisteria that blooms profusely with 9-20 inch, pendulous, lavender flower clusters just before the foliage appears in the spring.Then Lavender Falls amazingly reblooms during the growing season with smaller racemes. The lavender cascading racemes of ‘Lavender Falls’ have the scent of grape jelly, and they reappear two or three times during the summer!The flowers naturally attract butterflies and hummingbirds!This Japanese Wisteria quickly establishes a beautiful trellis or patio cover. The deciduous vines carry lovely; fragrant flowers and vigorous growth make them useful in a wide variety of settings, especially for patio covers or trellises.Plants grow rapidly to 20 feet, and completely cover any structure they are allowed to cling to. This rampant growth is easily controlled (and flowering is encouraged) by regular pruning.Lavender Falls grows in a wide range of soil types and moistures. It prefers a pH level between 5.0 and 8.0.Plants thrive in full sun and they can thrive with some shade in hot Southern climates and average soil.Use this plant in containers for porch, patio, or espalier onto trellis or arbor.Beautiful Climbing Plant!.
Fragrantly Blue All SummerThe Amethyst Falls Wisteria, Wisteria frutescens ‘Amethyst Falls’, is a vigorous climbing vine that has fragrant 4-6 inch long clusters of lavender-blue flowers in June through August.Also known as American Wisteria, this vine will need a supporting trellis to climb. It is much more restrained than the Asian species, so it is easier to manage; refrains from choking out trees and other plants.The Amethyst Falls Wisteria is excellent in containers for porch or patio. This deciduous plant will produce slightly fragrant purple blooms at an early age. It needs regular weekly watering twice a week and during high heat periods. Fertilize regularly during the growing season with a general purpose fertilizer. Prune this plant in late winter to promote vigorous new growth.This vigorous growing American Wisteria is noted for its attractive, fragrant flowers and has a more restrained growth habit than other wisteria. Amethyst Falls Wisteria may grow 10 feet or more in one year, and you get the best show by trimming your vine to four buds from last year’s new growth just before this year’s growth begins. * Lavender Blue Flowers* Blooms All Sumer* Climbing Vine* Attracts Butterflies .
Purple Clouds of FragranceThe 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.
Rare Blue Wisteria Blooms Three Times a Year!Blue Moon reblooming wisteria, Wisteria macrostachya ‘Blue Moon’, has racemes of sweetly fragrant blue flowers that re-bloom from June until the first frost. The racemes are about a foot long on the first flush, successive ones are smaller, and usually three sets of blooms occur a summer.Blue Moon wisteria vine is perfect for an arbor or pergola, with flowers hanging below. The stems twine counter-clockwise and grow quickly, up to 15 to 20 feet per year.Also known as Blue Moon Kentucky wisteria, this is an excellent vine for large, sturdy, freestanding arbors, pergolas, posts, trellises, fences or terrace walls. Plan ahead when planting Blue Moon Wisteria. It must be sited and trained only on sturdy structures which will be able to support the considerable weight of the mature vine; needs well drained soil.Blue Moon wisteria care is simple. Grow in full sun for best flowering; hardy to -40°F. Blooming three times a year, this Blue Moon wisteria offers fragrant flowering from early summer and until fall defers to winter. The name comes from the fact that a great plant like this only comes once in a blue moon!* Fragrant blue flowers* Blooms three times a year* Excellent vine.
Waterfall of purple flowers, now in a tree form! Very few plants have a more romantic aura than wisteria. This vine covers itself in long panicles of violet purple every year that make you think of Southern Belles strolling in misty, moss-draped gardens or smiling school-children peeking around wisteria-festooned pergolas. Amethyst Falls is a native to North America and has the classic look that you love in stunning Chinese wisteria, but is non-invasive so it won’t take over your house or trees and won’t uncontrollably spread to the neighbor’s yard. Nature Hills is happy to sell a gorgeous tree form of this vine! It makes a striking weeping centerpiece in your garden bed or border. It appears to pour out of the central trunk like a shimmering fountain every year. This vine is an easy treat to grow. Adapting to a wide range of soils, the hardest thing about planting Amethyst Falls Wisteria Tree will be figuring out where to place it in your garden so that everyone can see it! Nature Hills only ships out strong, thick young trees with a healthy, deep root system to give you a head start on getting established. If you order now, you are one step closer to having a front row seat for the grand wisteria show! * Beautiful color * Non-invasive * Easy to grow* Topiary formAmethyst Falls Wisteria Tree Pruning & CareTrimming your Amethyst Falls Wisteria tree is simple. Later in the summer in July or August, you should trim back the wild growing branches to bring it back into shape. Trim those branches leaving the stems with five leaves on the branch. Then in late winter or early spring, trim those same branches reducing the branches leaving only two buds where the leaves were attached now. Those two buds on each branch will produce the best flower displays. An easy way to see the pruning methods is on this video from the Royal Horticultural Society. Check it out: https://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?pid=242.
The Only Tree Form of This Rare Blue WisteriaSometimes the big words get over used: AMAZING, SUPERIOR, GORGEOUS, ONE-OF-A-KIND, ORIGINAL, BEST-SELLER. You know what we mean.But this time, they are true! The ORIGINAL Blue Chinese Wisteria Tree is Nature Hill’s best-selling plant. Ours are only grown by one nursery in America and Nature Hills has exclusive rights to this gorgeous tree. We have started seeing other wisteria trees for sale online, and you might see them too, but know that only Nature Hills sells this original superior beauty online nationwide.These are amazing tree forms of the popular wisteria vines that grow almost anywhere in the country. In spring and early summer they explode in long streams of sweet-smelling flowers that can range from sky blue to rich lavender. By autumn the flowers have transformed into 6 inch long velvet seed pods that add truly unique texture to your fall and winter landscape.These small trees are fast growing (up to 15 feet if you let them!), disease resistant, highly drought tolerant and thrive in sun or light shade. Ours usually bloom the first year they’re planted, but by year three there is no stopping them. Put them in large pots or in beds by your entryway, but make sure you put them where they will be seen! They are truly showstoppers. Be ready for the questions and the praise.If you want to be confident that you are getting healthy, true-to-its-lineage, solid rootstock when you buy online, then you should only buy from us. Order yours with confidence today!* Our BEST-SELLING plant * SPECTACULAR flowers * AMAZING disease resistance and drought toleranceBlue Chinese Wisteria Tree PruningBi-yearly pruning is the best method of producing nice short flowering stems that will produce nice amounts of bloom within the crown of your tree form Blue Chinese Wisteria. In summer time (July or August) you will have noticed that many large shoots have developed shooting out in all directions. Prune back these shoots back to the point where you are leaving about 5 leaves on that stem on the new growth it produced just this year. Now in late winter or very early spring before any new growth begins, go back to that same shoot that you left the 5 leaves on the plant last summer and shorten it up now leaving 2 or 3 buds from which it will grow this coming spring. Here is a really simple video showing the two pruning methods described above from the Royal Horticultural Society showing the correct procedure: https://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?pid=242.