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By Fowler

United Kingdom Gb

I have a standard wisteria it is about four years old, it grows well but i have to cut it back to keep the shape of tree the trouble is it has never flowered could anyone tell me why.thanks



There are some species of Wisteria which take several years to flower.
You may also be pruning it back at the wrong time of year so that you are losing the flowers.

29 Apr, 2009


I've known some wisteria take 8 to 10 years to flower. It's one reason that I'll never have one. I'm far too impatient, lol.

29 Apr, 2009


Is it in a pot or in the ground? It does prefer to spread its roots. And it likes quite a bit of hot sun.

29 Apr, 2009

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