Wisteria Brachybotrys. Japanese Wisteria. 5ft Espalier Trees.
The Wisteria Brachybotrys commonly known as Japanese Wisteria is a spectacular and graceful vine which is fast growing and extremely hardy and interestingly climbs anticlockwise. Cascading clusters of beautifully fragrant showy flowers up to 15cm long appear in spring just as it bursts into leaf. Exotic looking pinnate leaves are a fresh green colour with 11 downy leaflets. Although the Japanese Wisteria has shorter flower clusters they are usually brighter in colour.
This beautiful climber is great for covering walls, archways, and pergolas in courtyards and city gardens as well as making great container plants for patios, conservatories and greenhouses. These large Wisteria Vines are mature and flowering each year coming supported by their own espalier frame, so they are incredibly easy to place or plant to give that 'been there forever' look.
Wisteria Brachybotrys 'Showa-beni': Lilac-pink scented flowers with a yellow spot in the centre of each bloom.
Wisteria Brachybotrys 'Shiro-kapitan: White scented flowers with a yellow centre.
Wisteria Brachybotrys 'Iko Yama Fuji: Pale lilac sented flowers mature from rich violet coloured buds.
These plants are exceptional quality from specialist growers. Photo 1-3 shows some of the actual espalier trees in stock now. Please Note: Heights stated include pot sizes. These trees are just coming back into flower and leaf.
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LARGE JAPANESE WISTERIA ESPALIER TREES.
Latin Name: Wisteria Brachybotrys. (Varieties: Showa Beni, Shiro-Kapitan Fuji and Ikoyama Fuji.
Common Name: Silky Wisteria.
Hardiness: -15 degrees or lower.
Growth Characteristics: Fast growing evergreen climber. Climbs anticlockwise. Deciduous. Cascading clusters of fragrant white, pale lilac or pink flowers are produced at the same time as the leaves appear in Spring. Dark green pinnate leaves. Easy to grow. Harmful if ingested.
Pruning: Prune twice a year, July/August and Jan/Feb.
Sunlight: Full sun/partial sun. Thrives in full sun.
Soil: Tolerates poor quality soil but prefers well drained soil.
Moisture: Water regularly through summer, less in winter.
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