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Wisteria

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A much sought after wisteria, lovely in all its parts, makes a smaller growing plant than many of its cousins producing a stunning display of slightly scented pure white flower trusses that cascade in great profusion and appearing from an early age

Wisteria floribunda Kuchi-beni (Lipstick)

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The mauve pink flowers with purple tips are set off so well by the very pale green foliage. Also confusingly known as W. Peaches and Cream and W. Lipstick.

Wisteria floribunda Lawrence

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I added this plant to my collection as I have a son named Lawrence, but it turns out ( like my son) to be a first rate Wisteria with superb flower colour and one of the strongest scents I have found in a Wisteria.

Wisteria floribunda Longissima Alba

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Its Japanese name 'Shiro Noda' just does not describe the scintillating site when the intriguing flower buds start to appear then transform into the most georgeous trusses of white flowers

Wisteria floribunda Macrobotrys (Multijuga)

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Without doubt one of the most popular Wisterias and deservedly so with its stunningly long racemes often upto 2metre of fragrant typical lilac blue

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A rather special and not often seen form of this lovely Japanese wisteria, good sized highly fragrant flower trusses a unique colour combination of light blue and violet purple.

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A beautiful cultivar with violet, sweet scented blossoms.

Wisteria floribunda Yae-kokuryu (Black Dragon)

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Considered by some authorities to be W. f. Violacea Plena but by what ever name is prefered this wisteria remains quite special, when its deep violet blue flowers appear in abundance.

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A rare species with long, shiny, dark green leaves.

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A very rare and beautiful North American species also known as the 'Kentucky Wisteria' in its native land of the southern states. Lots of good colour blue flowers which appear even on very young plants.

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