Scientific Name: Wisteria frutescens
Common Names: American Wisteria
Wisteria is a high climbing vine commonly used as an ornamental planting. Wisteria can easily cover whole trees, given time. Flowers grow in long, drooping clusters 6 - 9 inches long. The individual flowers are nearly 1 inch long and are lilac or bluish purple and extremely fragrant. Wisteria usually blooms for a short period from one plant to another.
Bloom Color(s): white, pink, purple, blue, violet
Bloom Height: 9 in.
Bloom Period: May to June
Plant Family: Fabaceae
Growth Habit: Vine
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