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Q.My 30 Year Old Wisteria Seems To Have Died. There Has Been No Sign Of Life This Spring. How Can I Be Sure And Why Should This Sudd

Zone Nottingham | OldFart added on June 1, 2022 | Answered

enly happen? It made a last start last spring but I put that down to a late severe frost which seemed to check if sprouting. But then it seemed to recover and leafed up and grew on as normal. Was this a sign that it was on its last legs.

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Answered on June 2, 2022

Depending on the type that is was, (It doesn't sound like it was the Chinese variety, or it would have been highly invasive) it could very well have lived out its lifespan!

This is unfortunate, but as long as it did not die from disease, then you can likely plant another to replace it.


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