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Most wisteria vines leave you wanting more '– more flowers, more color, and definitely more fragrance. But their short bloom time, typically in spring, is over before you know it, and you have to wait an entire year to see more flowers. Not so with Blue Moon Wisteria (Wisteria macrostachya 'Blue Moon'). This native wisteria species will enthrall you with up to three successive bloom times each growing season! Appealing Features Plant Blue Moon Wisteria for its: • Flowers. Pendulous lavender-blue blossoms '– on dramatic racemes up to 12 inches long '– cover deer-resistant, deciduous vines. Intensely fragrant, the flowers are also stunning in floral arrangements. • Heat- and cold-tolerance. Superior winter hardiness as well as resilience in hot climates '– Blue Moon Wisteria can take it all! It's a perennial across USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 4 through 9, where it's reliably hardy in sub-zero temperatures as low as minus 30 degrees F. • Wildlife appeal. Hummingbirds and butterflies can't get enough of the sweetly scented flowers. They'll keep coming back again and again because of Blue Moon Wisteria's repeat-blooming ability. Growth Habit and Design Tips Blue Moon Wisteria is a twining vine, which means that it naturally coils around vertical supports as it grows upward. Its robust growth needs a sturdy structure that can hold the weight of this vine when fully mature as well as showcase the cascading flowers. Be sure to plant Blue Moon Wisteria near your favorite sitting area so you can enjoy its intoxicating scent. A particularly effective visual is planting Blue Moon Wisteria where it can grow over an arbor at the entrance to a Victorian garden filled with other cottage-garden plants '– stunning!