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Wisteria brachybotrys (w.venusta)
Silky wisteria is one gorgeous flowering plant. What makes it different compared to other wisterias are its silky leaves and fat racemes of flowers, that are creamy white with a yellowish spot in the centre. The individual flowers are about twice the size of other wisterias. They open late &# ...
USUAL HEIGHT LOCATION USDA zone
Code of winter protection zone 5+6
Code of winter protection zone 7
3 - 5m 5   (down to -29°C) for zone 5+6   for zone 7
Wisteria brachybotrys (w.venusta)
Silky wisteria is one gorgeous flowering plant. What makes it different compared to other wisterias are its silky leaves and stumpy racemes of flowers. Showa Beni ('Aka-kapitan') is a recently introduced variety with pink and white flowers with a conspicuous yellow spot. The ind ...
USUAL HEIGHT LOCATION USDA zone
Code of winter protection zone 5+6
Code of winter protection zone 7
3 - 5m 5b   (down to -27°C) for zone 5+6   for zone 7
Wisteria floribunda
Alba is a variety of Japanese wisteria. It has extremely long racemes of pure white flowers that appear in early May along with leaves or after they have emerged. The racemes can be 50-70 cm long and are followed by long seed-pods hiding poisonous seeds. Pinnate leaves look rath ...
USUAL HEIGHT LOCATION USDA zone
Code of winter protection zone 5+6
Code of winter protection zone 7
8 - 10m 5   (down to -29°C) for zone 5+6   for zone 7
Wisteria floribunda
Wisterias are undoubtedly the queen of flowering climbers. Rosea is a pink flowering variety of Japanese wisteria. Slightly fragrant flowers are formed in 30-70 cm long racemes and appear along with the leaves from early May until early June. Pinnate leaves look rather exotic an ...
USUAL HEIGHT LOCATION USDA zone
Code of winter protection zone 5+6
Code of winter protection zone 7
6 - 8m 5   (down to -29°C) for zone 5+6   for zone 7
Wisteria sinensis
Chinese wisteria is no doubt the queen of flowering climbers. Clusters of very fragrant violet flowers are 25-35 cm long and appear on bare wood earlier than on other wisterias, usually in April. Rather exotic looking pinnate leaves are mid green and densely cover the plant and its support. I ...
USUAL HEIGHT LOCATION USDA zone
Code of winter protection zone 5+6
Code of winter protection zone 7
9 - 12m 5   (down to -29°C) for zone 5+6   for zone 7

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LARGE PLANTS over 150 cmspecimens, screening and hedging shrubs

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