- King — 7 ft. 6 in. height x 5 ft. 0 in. width in 45 gal. container.
- Queen — 5 ft. 6 in. height x 4 ft. 0 in. width in 25 gal. container.
White, Pink, Purple or Double Purple.
Single-stem, Double-stem, Combination in criss-cross diamond shape.
Early March through May, depending on variety.
Accent plant, patio, deck or street tree.
- Water daily during the summer, every other day during spring and fall, and no water in the winter.
- Strip off all new buds from column stems. Cut back new growth on the top to 6 leaves per stem in the summer. Again cut back to 2-4 buds per stem in the winter and keep the center open.
- Apply organic or slow-release acidic fertilizers used for roses or rhododendrons (7-5-7 or 5-10-10) one to two times during the growing season at the rate of 1cup/3cf of potting soil.
Woven Wisteria (US Patent # 7984585B1)
- Remove the support frame after one year, when stems are interlocked, the overall form is achieved, and the column is strong enough to hold up heavy blooms. Use 2-3 stakes to keep the column in shape during the heavy rain storms.
- Every 2-3 years, repot during the winter by removing 6 inches of the root ball all around and replacing the lost material with a mix of 1/3 peat moss, 1/3 fine fir bark and 1/3 coarse sand.