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Summer Cascade Wisteria

Most reliable cold–hardy wisteria

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  • Footlong, fragrant tresses up to 3 times a year
  • Fast-growing native cultivar
  • Breakthrough cold-hardy wisteria
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
  • Height/Habit: 15 - 20 feet
  • Zone: 4-8
  • Flowering Date: Blooms mid to late spring, blooming 3 times per year
60941-Summer Cascade Wisteria

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Summer Cascade Wisteria

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One of the most enviable things about gardening warmer zones is the ability to grow wisteria. Climbing arbors and fences, a wisteria vine makes a heart–melting display with tumbling tresses of stunning blooms. However, we've got good news. This breakthrough cultivar of a native wisteria, bred at the University of Minnesota, is the hardiest variety we've ever found. It thrives all the way up through zone 4, putting wisteria in reach for a lot more gardeners. The tresses are around a foot long, and bloom in charming pastels. They're accompanied by a delightful fragrance that permeates the garden on sunny afternoons. Summer Cascade creates this picturesque floral display up to three times per year. Then, the blooms give way to intricate seed pods that keep the interest going through summer. You will have to be deliberate about where you grow it—once established, it covers a trellis or arbor quickly. And it's not a light vine, be sure your structure can hold woody vines. Pruning will not only keep its size where you want it, but also encourage more of those stunning blooms. It is a powerful grower, but this is not the invasive form of wisteria. It is in the much better behaved macrostachya species. Wisteria macrostachya 'Betty Matthews'
Product Details
  • Season Spring
  • Unit of Measure1
  • Botanical NameWisteria macrostachya 'Betty Matthews'
  • Sun ExposureFull Sun
  • State RestrictionsAE AK GU HI PR
  • Spread15 - 20 feet
  • Spacing15 - 20 feet
  • Hardiness Zone4-8
  • Flowering DateBlooms mid to late spring, blooming 3 times per year
  • Planting InstructionsSet at the same level it is at in the container, firm well and water thoroughly. Provide a support for it to grow up
  • Winter CareNone, except to mulch the first winter if planted in fall. Remove early in spring before growth starts
  • Flower Color:blue, purple
  • Flower FormFlowers are a beautiful lavender-blue, borne in foot-long recemes
  • Foliage TypeCompound, 7" - 12" long, mad up of ovate - oblong 1" - 2" leaflets
  • Soil RequirementAverage well drained garden soil. Water well when it is hot and dry
  • PruningTo maintain shape and desired coverage. Prune after flowering and again in the fall.
  • Shipped1 YEAR #2 BAREROOT
  • Height/Habit15 - 20 feet
  • Growth RateFast once established which takes the first growing season
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