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Amethyst Falls Blue Wisteria
  • Amethyst Falls Blue Wisteria
  • Amethyst Falls Blue Wisteria
  • Amethyst Falls Blue Wisteria
  • Amethyst Falls Blue Wisteria
  • Amethyst Falls Blue Wisteria
  • Growing Zones: 5-9
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    Mature Height: 20-30 ft.
    Mature Width: 5-8 ft.
    Sunlight: Full to Partial
    Blooms: Summer
    Botanical: Wisteria frutescens 'Amethyst Falls'
    Cannot Ship to: AZ
    Plant Directions: Sent with Order
    This plant thrives in the green shaded regions above.

    Amethyst Falls Blue Wisteria

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    Get Unique Blue Blooms without the Work

    • Rare, unique blue color
    • Blooms the first year
    • Non-invasive, low-maintenance variety
    • Deer and pest resistant, drought tolerant

    A Desirable Color You Don't Often See
    Blue is a rare color in landscaping, which is why the Amethyst Falls Blue Wisteria is in such high demand. It is also a heavy flower-producer... you'll get giant blue-violet blooms that appear in early spring and last all summer!

    Looks Great Anywhere
    It is slow-growing, making it easy to train. Looks as good in a container as it does on a...

    • trellis
    • pergola
    • porch or patio

    The possibilities are endless. You can even train it to grow into a tree!

    Very Easy to Grow
    This variety is extremely easy to manage and maintain. It doesn't require constant maintenance like other vine varieties. It's easily trained to grow on a trellis or as a tree... enjoy showy, vibrant flowers.

    Get Blooms Now
    The Amethyst Falls Blue Wisteria is an early bloomer- you get flowers at a young age, often the first year. You don't have to wait for blooms... you get giant flowers with a bright color.

    A Hardy, Low-Maintenance Vine
    The Amethyst Falls Wisteria is a North American native, and it is amazingly easy to grow. Plant it in well-drained soil, give it a bit of water, and watch it thrive. Since it blooms a bit later than some other Wisteria varieties, it's a great choice for areas where late frosts threaten spring flower buds.

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