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Image of Wisteria sinensis

Maureen Gilmer

(Chinese Wisteria)

The deepest purple, fully double flowers of ‘Black Dragon’ set this exceptionally beautiful wisteria apart from the others. This vigorous cultivar was bred in New Zealand.

Introduced to Western gardens in 1816, the Chinese native Wisteria sinensis is a rampant, hardy, deciduous woody vine that blooms showily in late spring with long hanging clusters of lightly fragrant, double pea-like flowers of dark purple, followed by hanging velvety green pods. The flowers open in unison, providing...

(Chinese Wisteria)

Introduced to Western gardens from its native China in 1816, Wisteria sinensis is a rampant, hardy, deciduous woody vine that blooms showily in late spring with long cascading clusters of lightly fragrant pea-flowers. Selected from the famous wisteria arch at Jungle Gardens on Avery Island, Louisiana, this cultivar bears a profusion of lilac-purple tresses. They open in unison, providing a spectacular display. Fuzzy green bean-like seedpods follow. The bright green pinnate leaves usually...

(Chinese Wisteria)

The translucent pink flowers of ‘Pink Ice’ will lighten up any early garden. This pretty cultivar is sometimes listed under the synonymous names ‘Honbeni’ and ‘Rosea’ but some believe the true ‘Pink Ice’ offers a better pink than these. Its flowers are cool pink with darker pink keels. When they first emerge they are darker but lighten as they age.

Introduced to Western gardens in 1816, the Chinese native Wisteria sinensis is a rampant, hardy, deciduous woody vine that blooms showily...