Published by: Emma JohnstonWisteria makes for a fabulous feature on houses, walls, and garden structures, but does its limited seasonal bloom-time make up for the bare appearance throughout the rest of the year?
As Wisteria is relatively low maintenance, with virtually no care required in the Winter months, I am sure most would agree that yes, the bald is worth the beautiful!
The Royal Horticultural Society suggest keeping Wisteria plants well-watered throughout the year, and feeding them in the Spring with rose fertilisers. Pruning the plants in August and again in February should give you and your wisteria a bloomin’ flowerful and fragrant Spring…. well, for the month of May at least!