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Zone Taylor Ridge, IL Zone 5 | Anonymous added on May 23, 2019 | Answered

I moved into a home that had a well established Wisteria. I’ve been through two spring seasons and it has been full of greenery, but never bloomed with flowers. The previous owner told me she cut it back pretty heavily and to expect it to take a few years to flower. Would you agree with this? This April we had a late snow and now near the end of May it’s just starting to show some green. I don’t know if I should just let it go, or try to cut out what appears to not be dead? I can see some dried up looking buds, as if it were starting to bud before the snow. I’m not much of a gardener, but would like to keep it alive if I can. Thanks for any help, I appreciate it.

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