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Wisteria floribunda 'Snow Showers'


Wisteria floribunda 'Snow Showers'

CATALOGUE DESCRIPTION
A most vigorous and beautiful climber. Known as 'Shiro Noda' in Japan. This plant flowers in late spring as the pale green leaves emerge. Leaves turn a dark green. The flower racemes are 45 cm long, densely packed with white flowers with a yellow blotch. Flowers have a faint scent. Very hardy. Prune after flowering and in the winter if necessary. Good for pergolas where the flowers can hang down. Famous specimen in Monet's garden.

 
Genus
Wisteria
Species   floribunda
Cultivar   'Snow Showers'

Common name
Japanese wisteria

Family name
Leguminosae
Place of origin
Japan


DETAILS
Height
10 m
Width
3 m
(expected growth in average NZ conditions in 5 to 10 years)
Leaves
Deciduous

Soil Type
Grows in most soil types

Moisture
Soil must be well drained

Exposure
Prefers a sunny site / Will tolerate very hard frosts.

Magnificent / Nourishment / Sanctuary / Whimsical

Climbers

Category
Twining stems or curling tendrils, over 5 metre.
Availability
We have this currently available in a Pot 8.5 & PB 6.5 containers. Ask for them at your retailer.
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