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.
It does have a trunk. Please see the attached photos of the recently planted Wisteria from Purple root stock.
That’s what I tried. No sign of life at all.
It's hardy enough to grow in most areas in Utah.
Yes Wisteria likes full sun.
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.
I bought 2, one plant was 6 weeks, the other took 9 weeks. Hang on in there!
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.
Hi, no. Our wisteria is grown in Tennessee.
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.