Wisteria Vines

Wisteria Vine

Anonymous added on May 11, 2011 | Answered

We have a 25-year-old Wisteria vine that has not bloomed for the last two years. It also has shown signs of dying and drying out. I consistently water. We live in Arizona at 5, 000 feet, so we do not get the intense heat that the Valley gets. I'm just wondering if they finally just die out of old age, and is my best choice to just cut it down?

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Answered on May 12, 2011

Here is an article that you may find helpful with regards to the non-blooming issue: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/vines/wisteria/wisteria-blooming-problems.htm

Yes, it could just be dying from old age. Individual wisteria vines normally last 10-20 years, but are normally overtaken by younger vines, so people do not notice when older vines die back.

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