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Wisteria floribunda 'Macrobotrys (Multijuga)' | 3L Pot

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Beautiful racemes of flowers

A vigorous climber, this plant brings beautiful racemes of flowers to your garden. Complimented by vivid, decidious, pinnate foliage that will fill your green space with breathtaking colour. Perfect for arches and pergolas, this variety is renowned for bearing some of the longest racemes of flowers in wisteria. An RHS award of garden merit holder- its white, mauve, and violet flowers bring a heavy scent to your garden. Happy in full sun or a partially shaded spot, make sure its soil is moist but well-drained, and prune it twice a year to keep it happy and healthy.

  • Colourful flower clusters
  • Vigorous
  • Award of Garden Merit
  • Scented
  • Low maintenance
  • 3L Pot
  • Climbing
  • Full sun

About your plant: Your climbing plant will be sent directly from our trusted grower, based in the heart of England. This means that you’ll receive a nursery fresh plant which was on the growing table one day and at your door the next. Our specialist nursery has spent decades perfecting the art of watering, feeding, and pruning climbing plants and will do so until hours before they are packed.

Packaging: Your climbing plant will be expertly packaged into a specially designed cardboard box, which will hold it securely in place. It will then be delivered via a delicate courier network to prevent any chance of damage in transit.

Wisteria is easy to grow. Their growth and output can be excellent providing you follow our planting and care instructions. Below we address some common query topics: Hardiness: Wisteria originates from climates that have far colder climates than that of the UK, so they will make a fully hardy addition to your garden. Position: Wisteria plants require full sun, and only sinensis varieties are suitable for light shade. As a rule, wisteria species with long racemes look best when growing up pergolas, while species with short racemes look best when growing up a wall. We therefore recommend that you buy floribunda varieties for pergolas and sinensis, and brachybotrys and frutescens varieties for walls. Lastly, as wisterias form thick woody roots, you should avoid having to re-plant them. Soil: Belonging to the legume family, Wisteria is able to fix nitrogen from the atmosphere, so does not require as much fertilising as other plants do. Your wisteria will flourish in most soils that are not compacted or waterlogged.
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Is Collection/Mix? No
Needs Ericaceous Compost? No
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