Wisteria Vines

How to Care for a New Wisteria

Anonymous added on September 1, 2011 | Answered

I bought a new wisteria about 3 years ago and had it placed in a pot for a year. I then transplanted it when I moved here 2 years ago. It's spread nicely, although it needs a trellis now. It has grown onto a rose of sharon bush. Could it be possible to train it to grow up the side of my brick home? What do you suggest?

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Answered on September 1, 2011

We would recommend that you put up a trellis against the wall for the wisteria to grow up. Just letting it climb up a bare wall could cause it to do damage to the wall.

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