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Wisteria "Amethyst Falls" vine plant


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Plants for sale are Wisteria "Amethyst Falls" vine. Plants for sale are between 4-24" tall. They grow fast!!" Each Wisteria I offer is hybridized and grown from tissue culture to be an exact replica of the mother plant.  Amethyst Falls is a wonderful selection of Wisteria that is also repeat bloomer. Flowers are a vivid lavender purple. The fragrant blooms of this cultivar will appear on one-year old plants!! Amethyst Falls is a repeat bloomer flowering in mid and late summer. Amethyst Falls is a compact, grower that can even be trained to tree form. Spring flowering occurs from April into May on the terminals of new growth with a background of maturing gray green compact foliage. 'Amethyst Falls' was a Gold Medal winner in 2007 and was named Gold Medal Plant in 2009


Wisteria Amethyst Falls growing requirements and planting instructions,



Mix together the following: 60 percent potting soil; 20 percent peat moss; 20 percent coarse sand and a handful of perlite. Place this mixture in a pots, beds or garden and plant your Wisteria. When planting wisteria the landscape plant at 4' apart. Proper site preparation ensures years of growth and once established they will not require weed control. Strong growth will Soil Ph should be around 6.0-7.0 light conditions, When making a site selection keep your plant in an area that has non direct or dappled light. This species of Wisteria is considered hardy at zones 6-10 Wisteria, If using drip irrigation allow soil to dry slightly between waterings. Do not over water. Wisteria is moderately drought tolerant. Produces large Purple blooms / flowers.,This mild feeder loves an organic fertilizer N-P-K ratio or 5-5-5 or lower. Wisteria pests and disease, Pests or diseases are few and far between. Wisteria are generally grown from shoots, seeds, cuttings and tissue culture. There are different varieties of American Wisteria.

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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 05 October, 2011.