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Can I plant wisteria in a pot or would it be better to plant in the garden



It is always better to plant in the garden!, it,s going to be there for quite a while, and it doesn,t need repotting at regular intervals, thus avoiding root disturbance, plus once it,s established it wont need as much watering as it would in a pot. derekm

29 Jul, 2011


Almost everything would prefer to be in the garden, except possibly, annual bedding plants that don't get such big root systems and can cope for just a season in containers. Every other plant is better off in the ground, provided the pH of your soil is suitable for it.

29 Jul, 2011


i agree with the others but a good idea is to get big planters and cut the bottem out of them so they look like there in pots but benefit from sending there reoots wear they want .

29 Jul, 2011


Wisteria does very well in large pots - you'd need to pot on yearly until its in an enormous container, probably by the time its 5 years old, and you'd need to be rigorous about pruning, usually training it up an upright post in the centre, no easy thing to do in smaller containers.

30 Jul, 2011

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