Amethyst Falls Wisteria Vine
|Mature Height||20-30 Feet|
|Mature Width||6-10 Feet|
This Wisteria boasts a lovely purple color with a touch of blue that is sure to gather admiration from your neighbors, friends, and family. Envision cascades of purple flowers draped over a drab fence or wall. Even one Amethyst Falls Wisteria Vine will transform your space into a romantic oasis!
This plant has beauty in spades, but it is also everything you could want in a plant! It is easy to grow, adaptable to a variety of soil, and is not invasive like its common counterpart. The Amethyst Falls Wisteria is drought tolerant and deer resistant as well as disease resistant. What more could you want?!
How about if it attracted butterflies? Well, the hardy Amethyst Falls Wisteria does just that! You will be in heaven, enjoying your beautiful, vining plant while butterflies dance around the gorgeous, rich purple flower clusters.
Get yours today before they're gone!
Where Should This Vine Be Planted?
This vine is adaptable to a variety of soils and thirves with full sun to part shade conditions in grow zones 5-9. Allow it to choose its own path, crawling along the ground, over rocks, and down slopes and low walls.
What Are Good Companion Plants For Amethyst Falls Wisteria?
Hydrangea and butterfly bushes are great companion plants for this vine in mixed gardens or along fences attracting butterflies to your landscape.
Are The Roots On This Vine Invasive?
Wisteria are known to be alot less aggressive than than other varieties, this vine will climb walls, fences, trellises and more.
When planting your Amethyst Falls Wisteria be sure you have the right location and conditions for your new plant to thrive. Spring and fall are ideal times to plant although as long as the conditions aren't extreme you can plant your wisteria throughout the year.
The Amethyst Falls Wisteria can grow in full sun to part shade, but more sun will provide the most blooms. While Wisteria prefer moist, well-drained, fertile soil, they are quite adaptable and even drought tolerant once established.
Water deeply with a hose about 2 times weekly for the first 2 to 3 months.
Adding about 2 inches of mulch will help protect the roots, control weeds, and maintain moisture in the ground. Fertilize in spring with a slow release fertilizer.
Wisteria bloom only on new growth. So pruning is helpful for getting the most out of your blooms. Prune at least 1/2 of the prior years growth in late winter for best results.
Give your wisteria plenty of room and a good support system to grow on. Remember it can grow on just about anything so if you don't want it growing on your home be sure it isn't planted too close or keep it trimmed to avoid it going where you don't want it.
Wisteria plants don't tend to have problems with pests, disease, or deer.
The Amethyst Falls Wisteria climbs walls, fences, trellises and more, transforming them into a true vision! It is an inexpensive way to mask an unsightly fence. Allow this clinging vine to grow up an arbor or creep along the ground in a lovely cottage garden. This vine can be used as a unique ground cover. Allow it to choose its own path, crawling along the ground, over rocks, and down slopes and low walls. Wisteria can be used in place of ivy for the walls of your home. It is deciduous so it helps conserve energy by allowing sun to penetrate in winter and shading your home from the sun in summer.