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Blue Moon Reblooming Wisteria

Blooms 2 or 3 times per year!

Blue Moon is "re-writing the book" on this classic Southern flowering plant. It blooms like other wisteria, in early summer, but then it blooms again. If it is "happy" where it is growing, it will even bloom a third time! Takes a year or two to get established, then it is a very vigorous grower and if allowed to, it will extend 20' in either direction. Large, foot-long flower clusters are "showstoppers." Plant in full sun. Potted. Very hardy in Zones 5–9.
  • Zone 5-9
  • Height 20-30 feet climbing vine
  • Light Required Full Sun

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  • Botanical Name: Wisteria frutescens macrostachya 'Blue Moon' (wis-TEER-ee-uh)
  • Height: 20-30 feet climbing vine
  • Spacing: 15-20 feet
  • Depth: Set at the same level it is at in the container, firm well and water thoroughly. Provide a support for it to grow up
  • Spread: Up to 20 feet
  • Sun/Shade: Full Sun
  • Color: Lavender
  • Foliage: Compound, 7"-12" long, made up of ovate-oblong 1"-2" leaflets
  • Blooms: Blooms mid to late spring, blooming 3 times per year for several weeks
  • Fruit: Velvety pods
  • Form: Deciduous perennial vine
  • Flower Form: Flowers are a beautiful lavender-blue, borne in foot-long recemes-VERY FRAGRANT. Although this vine may produce flowers by the second or third year after planting, it may take longer.
  • Soil Requirements: Average well drained garden soil. Water well when it is hot and dry
  • Growth Rate: Fast once established which takes the first growing season
  • Pruning: Pruning for this wisteria should be kept to a minimum (e.g., pruning back tips after bloom or in winter). Improper pruning may overly stimulate vegetative growth at the expense of flowers.
  • Comments: Exciting native species improved to dependably bloom up to three times in a single growing season. Flowers occur in foot long clusters. It is the hardiest of wisteria.

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