I Have A Well Established Wisteria That Is Planted In The Ground. I Would Like To Move Its Location. How Do I Root Prune It And
what is the proper procedure for this? It has not bloomed in 3 yrs. It grows well though.
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Moving one that is established may ensure that you don't see any blooms for the remainder of its life.
They take quite awhile to re-establish, and don't flower reliably from year to year. If they are not flowering, the issue is usually environmental. Since it is very difficult to control the environment, you might be at the mercy of it as to whether it will flower or not.
You can help it out, if you don't fertilize often.
Just give it some all purpose feed once per year, and it will likely set blooms at some point.
These articles will help: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/vines/wisteria/transplant-wisteria-vines.htm