Hardy, versatile, long-lived and woody climber, with pendant racemes of richly fragrant mauve to purple-lilac flowers in early summer. Grow against a warm wall, as a standard in the garden or into a tree or a pergola. Potentially very large, up to 12m in spread and 8m in height.
Arguably the best pink form of wisteria. Grow as a standard, or against a wall, or even into a tree. Easiest pruning method is to cut back new growth to two buds in early September. Fully hardy. Large.
Twining woody climber, whichcan be trained over trellis, up the fornt of the house or even into trees. Fragrant, double, purple flowers in early summer. Very hardy. Prune back to two buds in mid-September.
Vigorous, deciduous, twining climber. Very floriferous. Grow as a standard, or against a wall, or even into a tree. Frragrant, pale bluish-lilac flowers 6-12 inches long in May-June. One of the earliest to come into bloom. Easiest pruning method is to cut back new growth to two buds in early September. Hardy