Wisteria floribunda – introduced into Europe from Japan around 1830 – needs a lot of light and thrives in warm conditions. Training its canes horizontally will help to ensure a more impressive profusion of blooms. Growing on this sturdy metal garden arbour, it can be kept under control as it spreads. It should be cut back twice a year. In natural conditions, blue wisteria vines twist clockwise and reach a height of 10 metre or more.
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- Luxuriant roses growing on arches donated by Classic Garden Elements at the Europa Rosarium Sangerhausen.
- Amazingly deep blue delphiniums provide company for the Rose Obelisk II in a cottage garden in midsummer.
- Clematis viticella ‘Polish Spirit’ looks on top of the world when trained on a Classic Garden Elements ‘de rigueur’ wall trellis. Here it radiates a wonderful clear cornflower blue.
- Impressions of the Rose Garden at Peter Beales Roses in Attleborough, East Anglia
- You can expect magnificent blooms when the Classic Garden Elements ‘Jean Vibert’ metal trellis supports the famous ‘Super Excelsa” climbing rose