|Mature Height||6-10 Feet|
|Mature Width||6-10 Feet|
Envision cascades of blue-purple flowers draped over a drab fence or wall. The Wisteria tree has abundant fragrant flowers that really put on a show! Make sure you can see your pretty wisteria tree from the porch, deck, patio, or window. You'll love watching butterflies flutter around the gorgeous, rich purple flower clusters of your stunning and unique tree.
This tree has beauty in spades, but it is also everything you could want in a plant. The Wisteria tree is easy to grow, adaptable to a variety of soil, drought, and deer tolerant as well as disease resistant.
- Unique tree-form wisteria! This compact tree only reaches about 10-15 feet tall and wide at maturity so it is perfect for most landscapes!
- Extremely prolific blooms. These blooms are stunning and long-lasting. They bloom from spring into early summer
- Superb blue-purple color. While different environments will change the color slightly from a more blue color to a more purple color, this variety always has at least that hint of blue that makes it so desirable.
- Low maintenance, adaptable, and fast-growing, the Wisteria tree is one tough plant. This awesome tree is also drought tolerant and deer and disease resistant!
- Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds! Sit back and enjoy the show!
Pro Tip: While this tree grows well in part shade, you will get the best bloom display when it is planted in full sun.
This wisteria tree is hard to find! Get yours today before they're gone! The Wisteria tree is the perfect flowering tree for zone 5, zone 6, zone 7, zone 8, or zone 9.
How Fast Does This Wisteria Tree Grow?
Wisteria are known to be fast growing dwarf trees pushing 3-5 feet in height per year. Expect blooms on this tree 3-5 years after being planted.
Where Should I Plant this Wisteria?
This dwarf tree is adaptable to a variety of soils and thrives in full sun to part shade exposure in grow zones 5-9. Plant 15 feet apart to accomodate a mature spread of 10-12 feet.
Do These Trees Have Invasive Root Systems?
Give this tree plenty of space as it is known to be invasive and may choke out native trees and shrubs.
When planting your Wisteria tree 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.
This Wisteria tree 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. To maintain a rounded canopy pruning is required.
Your wisteria tree may require staking for the first year or so after planting. These are fast growing and the canopy can be heavy for the unestablished tree.
Wisteria plants don't tend to have problems with pests, disease, or deer.
The Wisteria tree will transform your landscape into a true vision! This tree is perfect for accenting your home and garden! Anchoring the corners of your home with this unique tree will add color, beauty, and flair like no other! Plant 3 wisteria trees in a group in the corner of your yard for a real show! Add to a mixed bed or plan a mixed bed or lovely cottage garden around this stunning wisteria tree.