Wisteria floribunda f. multijuga ‘Kyushaku’

This exceptional Japanese clone is sometimes (wrongly) labelled 'Multijuga' or 'Macrobotrys' and is grown for the hugely long inflorescences, which reach up to 1m. Produced in mid to late wisteria season in spring, the racemes are composed of well spaced, fragrant, lilac tinged blue-purple flowers. The leaves turn a good yellow in autumn. Often recommended for pergolas, high arches and bridges, I have also seen this very successfully grown on a wall, sensibly pruned, where it forms a waterfall-like effect.

Pot size: 2L



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