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Wisteria Purple Root Stock (1-set)

  • Drought tolerant
  • Vigorous grower - up to 10 ft. annually
  • What we ship is 2 year old root stock, ranging 12-18 in. height
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Wisteria, widely popular, is something between a shrub and a vine, blooming vigorously in spring with showy, cascading flower clusters that provide growing color. Wisteria provides the drapery, vining slipcover look to camouflage a view or provide shade over a porch or pergola. It can live a long, healthy life with no pruning at all (depending on the look you seek), happily twining, climbing, and sprawling over everything and anything in its path. A sturdy support is recommended. It is drought tolerant, and easy to grow by anyone, green thumb or not. Wisteria gives the artful gardener a paintbrush for which to cover the landscape canvas. It is vigorous and rewarding, growing up to 10 ft. or more annually.
  • Sweet fragrance feast for the senses
  • Astonishing vigor producing hundreds of violet-blue blooms
  • Lasts and grows for ever
  • Plant 10 in. - 15 ft. apart, crown 1 ft. below soil level
  • Vigorous and rewarding, growing up to 10 ft. or more annually

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Specifications

Dimensions

Mature Width (in.)
60

Details

Additional Characteristics
Attracts Butterflies,Attracts Hummingbirds
Annual / Perennial
Perennial
Average Shipping Height (in.)
5
Best Time to Plant
Spring
Blossom Color
Purple
Botanical Name
Wisteria
Common Name
Wisteria
Fragrance
Fragrant
Growth Habit
Spreading
Hardiness Zone
7 (0 to 10 F),8 (10 to 20 F),9 (20 to 30 F)
Recommended Space Between Plantings (in.)
15-25
Returnable
90-Day
Sun Tolerance
Full Sun
Water Requirements
Twice a week
Wildlife Attracted
Butterflies,Hummingbirds
Wildlife Deterred
No Wildlife Deterred

Questions & Answers

25Questions17Answers

i bought two of these in the spring and planted them. it is mid July and the only growth or sign ...

Asked by Rhonda July 13, 2020
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Answer

Hello, The fact that you see growth means that they are love aswell. The root will first develop its root system, before showing much growth on top. Once roots have established you will be glad to see how fast this vine will grow.

What is the growing habit of this wisteria? Does it have a trunk, or does it just throw out vines...

Asked by Pen1 April 3, 2020
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It does have a trunk. Please see the attached photos of the recently planted Wisteria from Purple root stock.

Will it grow in a large pot?

Asked by Davy January 23, 2020
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That’s what I tried. No sign of life at all.

Do Wisteria's do well in Utah?

Asked by Wisterialover April 18, 2019
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Answer

It's hardy enough to grow in most areas in Utah.

Does my wisteria need any kinds of fertilizer? If so what should I look for?

Asked by aBsTRaCt April 18, 2019
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Yes Wisteria likes full sun.

When can one expect to see blooms? This will be the third spring and though growth is extraordina...

Asked by Bluebird April 6, 2019
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I just looked out the back door and there are blooms! They are not yet fully grown nor open but they are there and they are going to be beautiful. I am unsure why they took so long [third year including planting year] but they are there now. Thank you so much for a beautiful climbing tree/bush.

How long once planted does this root take to begin producing leaves???

Asked by JoJo March 22, 2019
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I bought 2, one plant was 6 weeks, the other took 9 weeks. Hang on in there!

can i plant it in the Rocky Mountains 10 thousand feet high, snows 6 months or so of the year.

Asked by Navaya October 11, 2018
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Wisteria is a very hardy plant to hardy zone 5. Depending on where you are located in the Rocky Mountains, you may be in zone 4, but the plant should survive if you are closer to zone 5. If you are in zone 4, the plant may survive but may not perform as well as in the warmer zones.

Is this the Texas Wisteria?

Asked by Carolina June 13, 2018
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Hi, no. Our wisteria is grown in Tennessee.

How long before it may blossom?

Asked by Nancy June 5, 2018
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From the planting of the twig [not much more than that], it took two more springs before I got blossoms. I guess the easiest way to say it is three years [to include the first year I planted]. It is definitely worth the wait.

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Customer Reviews

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I purchased 5 of these and the order arrived sooner than expected. I was able to get them planted...
I purchased 5 of these and the order arrived sooner than expected. I was able to get them planted within a day or two of their arrival and at the time of my writing this all 5 have begun growing and are leafing out nicely. I believe it will be awhile before I see any flowers, but to this point I am very pleased. Respectfully, Mr. Black
by usmcblack
(1/2) growing
Bought two stock roots. Obly one seems to be growing at all, and exceptionally fast as well. They both started with very little to no buds and now the one on the left has many while the one on the right has nothing.
by Nikki
5 people found this helpful
I dont know if I did something wrong or if the Wisteria is in shock- but I have planted it weeks ...
I dont know if I did something wrong or if the Wisteria is in shock- but I have planted it weeks ago and it has not changed from being a simple stick- I have not had this problem when I bought wisteria last year - that one is growing fine- I am worried. Maybe Home depot can send a replacement?
by LAURA
I got a twig that never budded....
I got a twig that never budded.
by HomeDepotCustomer
We got this wisteria and planted it and it never...
We got this wisteria and planted it and it never did anything so it wasn’t exactly the best situation and it was dead before we got it.
by Robert
not growing
I have the same experience as several others. I received two plants about 2 months ago and planted them the next day. They are both dried up and not growing at all. I keep waiting.
by Kathy
Still just branches. No new growth yet....
Still just branches. No new growth yet.
by Vee
1 person found this helpful
Plant arrived, followed all instructions on planting. After 4...
Plant arrived, followed all instructions on planting. After 4 weeks there has been no growth at all.
by Piper110
1 person found this helpful
After digging a large hole, conditioning the soil, planting the wisteria and then regularly water...
After digging a large hole, conditioning the soil, planting the wisteria and then regularly watering - there appears to be no life in his plant. It didn't appear to be life like when I planted it, but hope springs eternal.
by Actuary1
1 person found this helpful
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