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Katerina Tana Design
Katerina Tana Design
how do you get wisteria to grow on a solid fence without a trellis? thanks
The fence itself is stained a solid white. The vine covering the fence is a wisteria sinensis.
Cool fence! Wisteria is a scenty option too!
love wisteria draped over the fence!
Wisteria! Is this in Kansas City zone?
love how the wisteria grows over the fence.
dripping wisteria against a white fence
Wisteria as way to spice up a plain fence.
A tall white wood fence and vivid purple wisteria make for a striking pairing in front. "Wisteria was an easy choice as it would get as much light as it needed and it looks wonderful and gnarled when bare." Tana likes plants that denote the subtle Southern California seasonal changes, and when it is
“Wisteria over our fence” — angelica9654
Creative Interiors by Kim
10 Reviews
Pergola in Spring!
This pergola draped in Wisteria over a Blue Stone patio is located at the home of Interior Designer Kim Hunkeler, located in central Massachusetts.
I had a wisteria that did not grow for 5 years. It was alive but never grew, just stayed the same height. After 5 years it took off, grew, sent out runners and bloomed every year after that. My question is; Does a wisteria need root pruning to grow, a barrier
Can wisteria be grown in Ohio?
Pergola leads from front door, along walking path to driveway in front of house. One side is in sun, and one side is in shade. Wisteria is too droopy for entrance.
I just planted a wisteria that my neighbour had grown from one of his wisterias and it grew no problem so I don't know why yours wouldn't. Just make sure you buy it with blooms because some varieties
“Wisteria” — Tammy Lawhorn
Aitken and Associates
12 Reviews
Karen Aitken & Associates
Note. wisteria like other vines can warp wood out its shape if the structure is not sound to begin with. They are invasive and need to be pruned yearly. If you cannot do this or provide the needed 'keeping them in bounds' perhaps another
another vine is a better choice such as a jasmine. Just a thot...BTW, I LOVE WISTERIA!
Love wisteria, and I hope to have some at some point.
Chinese Wisteria for a beautiful cascading effect
Chinese Wisteria - plant on a separate structure from roofs and gutters and prune every year
All about Wisteria. Should I use it on my pergola or not?
I absolutely love the wisteria. It makes it look magical.
point, you might overlook the other purple accents in the space until you notice how well the lightest lavender wisteria overhead frames and complements the bold color below.
“love wisteria vines” — telzayadi
Arcadia Studio
Santa Ynez Valley
is it true that wisteria will grow under the roofing material?
I planted wisteria on an iron fence away from house where it won't be problematic. They need sun to bloom
roof or anywhere else. Keep pinching off any leaves that are along the post and cut back any more shoots from the bottom. Make sure that you buy wisteria in bloom as some of them don't bloom for seven years.
sure that you buy wisteria in bloom as some of them don't bloom for seven years.” “Excellent use of wisteria over neutral design palette.”
“Color of stone” — gladyscupcake
Design Focus Int'l Landscape Architecture & Build
3 Reviews
Rose Garden
The iron piece with the dangling wisteria, do you have a site where it can be bought or is it a specialty item
The Iron piece with the dangling wisteria, do you have a site where that piece can be bought or is that a specialty item?
sweet pea (Lathyrus latifolius, zones 6 to 9), clematis (Clematis spp, zones 4 to 11), wisteria (Wisteria spp, zones 3 to 8) and jasmine (Jasminum spp, zones 6 to 10). Shown: Chinese wisteria (Wisteria sinensis 'Alba')”
Roses flanking brick gate with wisteria hanging from archway
The wisteria and also the brickwork
to 11), sweet pea (Lathyrus latifolius, zones 6 to 9), clematis (Clematis spp, zones 4 to 11), wisteria (Wisteria spp, zones 3 to 8) and jasmine (Jasminum spp, zones 6 to 10).Shown: Chinese wisteria (Wisteria sinensis 'Alba')
“Wisteria” — carllois
Aitken and Associates
12 Reviews
Wisteria on Atherton fort
Would you please provide details about the wisteria treehouse? I live in Sunset, SC and have a massive dead pine I need to remove. This appears to be a perfect solution!
Is this a wisteria? Is it attached to something?
Wisteria attached to a Tree house, upon a dead Oak tree stump
All plants are wonderful. . . in their right place. No harm done by this Wisteria, being planted around an old Oak tree
BUT THE BUGS! Wisteria attracts so many insects (had to take it outs from our pergola) Sorry. I love this in theory only.
foresight it took to train this wisteria!
Good support for Wisteria, Trumpet Vine, etc
Love the idea of putting wisteria on a treehouse
Giant tree stump used as floor for tree house, wisteria planted beside it
“Wisteria for porch trellace?” — jmoldre
Garden Architecture
3 Reviews
Garden Architecture/Robert Trachtenberg
The wisteria is beutiful - but is it poisonous?
Thanks Sauve! And just in time. Am planting a central trellis and shade and love wisteria but have a two year old. I dont even know if it can grow in Nairobi kenya where i kive but its so good to know about its possible invasiveness as my garden is not that large. Ofcourse it could turn out like yours
Wow! I am sorry nobody answered your post. Yes, Wisteria is considered a poisonous plant. It is also an invasive plant and can be very aggressive depending on the place it is planted and climate in general. My understanding is that it is requires quite a bit of pruning
pruning to keep it with in bounds. I have to say though, not one of these things happened to wisteria I planted. I fought for 4 years to get it to grow and it just wouldn't grow more than the 30 inches it grew the first year. It put out about 10 clusters of flowers in year 4 but it really looked like a bush
“Wisteria” — erikbrue
Going Home To Roost
Santa Ynez
Everyone seems to think I was asking about the vine... Which is a wisteria. I Know wisteria loves heat, and looses its leaves in the winter. My question is about the HEDGE, behind the wisteria. What is it? Is it evergreen?
hi! it's called wisteria, though i'm not sure about the climate changes?
These are wisteria vines aren't they?
i love wisteria and the hammok is awesome
Wisteria draped over a backyard arbor frames the mountain views. Hammocks invite guests to stay awhile on lazy afternoons.
“Patio” — georgiag232
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