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Q.My Wisteria Has Two Different Flower Colours, Some Are Lilac And Some Are Light Pink, Why Is This?

Zone Gloucestershire, England | Netty123 added on April 16, 2020 | Answered

The light pink flowers are longer than the lilac. It is grown in quite a big pot on a south facing wall.

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Answered on April 20, 2020

Unfortunately, your photo did not come through. It does sound a bit like you have a grafted cultivar. It probably has one type as the top scion, and the bottom root stock as a different type. This could cause different bloom types on the same plant.

You can keep it how it is, or you can choose whichever blooms show more to keep.

Here is an article that will help you to care for Wisteria:


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