Wisteria Floribunda Violacea Plena
Wisteria floribunda Violacea Plena is a breathtaking and ornamental climbing vine that belongs to the Fabaceae family. It’s a captivating variety of Wisteria known for its elegant and abundant clusters of fragrant, violet-hued flowers.
This particular type of Wisteria is celebrated for its double-flowered form, meaning each individual bloom consists of an extra layer of petals, giving the appearance of a fuller, more densely packed flower cluster compared to the single-flowered varieties.
The vine itself is vigorous and twining, capable of reaching significant heights and widths if left unchecked. The lush, pinnate leaves add to its overall appeal, providing a verdant backdrop to the profusion of blooms during the flowering season.
The blooming period occurs in late spring to early summer, where the pendant-like flower clusters, called racemes, create a stunning visual display. The flowers emit a sweet, delicate fragrance, attracting bees and other pollinators. Once the flowering phase subsides, the vine retains its beauty through its foliage, providing an attractive green cover for arbours, trellises, or walls.
Name: Wisteria Floribunda Violacea Plena
Approx. Height and spread: 10m x up to 4m approx.
Position: Sun – light shade
Soil Ph: all
Moisture: Damp – well-drained soil
Hardiness: Frost hardy
Notes: Toxic – harmful if eaten.
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