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(5 customer reviews)
Foot-long clusters of delicately hued, fragrant lavender flowers cascade from sweeping branches in summertime. Velvety green seedpods follow. Grows 6-8 ft. tall. Prepruned to tree form (prune regularly or it will revert back). Bareroot. Zones 5-9.
This plant attracts butterflies.
This item ships only in the spring.
If our spring shipping season is closed, your order will be shipped the following spring.
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- Friday, October 01, 2010
The "Christine" of all trees
Reviewed By: Jason (Alpine, NJ)
This is a beautiful tree once it matures with flowers but beware, that beauty comes at price. This tree grows wild and everywhere like weeds. You can not kill this tree. We tried so many times but it just kept coming back like the car "Christine"(Stephen King) and sprouts everywere, even on rocks and gravel. Beware it will choke other trees next to it no matter how much you trim the tree and becareful where you plant it because it's roots can wrap around underground pipes. We landscaped our backyard and dug up the roots with a Caterpillar earth movers and the roots were vinelike 20-25ft long and 3-4" wide and grew like medusas head of snakes around the base of the root. As beautiful as it is when it flowers, I would not plant this vine again. (It's actually a vine from china that's been "trained" to grow upright) I give it 2 stars because it can grow like weeds.
- Thursday, April 23, 2009
Reviewed By: Veronica (Abbeville, AL)
We haven't bought this tree but the price is reasonable. There are quite a few of these trees in our area - zone 8. We love to watch the one closest to our home bloom. What a knock out ! The long whispy branch look with these purple flowers are simply gorgeous. We took pictures of it this year. It must be an old specimen as the trunk is old, twisted and knarly looking. They do have it trimmed to keep it shaped like an umbrella like tree. It provides nice shade under it. Standing under it the scent is intoxicating and the tree buzzed with tons of bees. You might think the tree is alive, there was so much activity going on. The blooms don't last long enough on it, maybe about 6 weeks from March until now - late April?. One of the prettiest pictures we have is, the ground was littered with the flowers under it, our youngest daughter was collecting them and they weren't sticky.
- Monday, June 02, 2008
Reviewed By: simon (harvard, illinois)
off to a good start. ordered 1 in april got here in may. initially I was a little skeptical, came as a foot long stick but it has since sprouted buds then leaves and seems to be doing well. we'll see how it winters. but it is already outgrowing two other wisterias I bought from a local place.
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