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Zone 20176 | SunnyRainbowHeart added on July 9, 2020 | Answered

In November two tiny, scrawny, bare Blue Moon species of Wisteria saplings were planted in my garden: 1 on an arbor and one on a pole. Sorry-looking little things, I didn’t expect them to survive. Furthermore I’d read that it takes Wisteria 3-5 years before it blooms, some even 10 years, some never blossom. I was astounded and elated when a mere 6 months later both blossomed with several gorgeous blooms! A week and a half later a vicious neighbor (the Wisteria didn’t overhang or encroach at all on their property; they vandalize all my holiday decorations, too, they’ve never returned my greetings and I have no relationship with them—I cannot understand their unjustified hostility) cut off all my gorgeous, purple blooms. Will they ever bloom again? I’m so sad.

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Answered on July 9, 2020

Yes, they will bloom again. Just care for them as usual. This article will help:


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