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Creative Interiors by Kim
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Pergola in Spring!
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This pergola draped in Wisteria over a Blue Stone patio is located at the home of Interior Designer Kim Hunkeler, located in central Massachusetts.
what is a good vine for a pergola leading up to my front door?
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 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?
If I were going to plant another wisteria I would install some kind of root barrier in the ground surrounding the outside of the root system (see link below). The upper vines wrap around the columns of the pergola, if not cut back it is strong enough to
“Rancho” — maxitus
Aitken and Associates
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Karen Aitken & Associates
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purple vine that is covering the Pergola? thanks.
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 vine is a
a better choice such as a jasmine. Just a thot...BTW, I LOVE WISTERIA!
lovely flowering vines and pergols design
wisteria for color on deck posts
Always love wisteria - can it be trained to c limb and cover the stone wall?
until you notice how well the lightest lavender wisteria overhead frames and complements the bold color below.
Keep wisteria and other vines in check. Spring's warm temperatures and damp soil can mean lush, almost rampant growth in the garden. Vines get out of control quickly in June, so it's important
“wisteria” — myhappyhome
Garden Architecture
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Garden Architecture/Robert Trachtenberg
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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
Aitken and Associates
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Wisteria on Atherton fort
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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?
All plants are wonderful. . . in their right place. No harm done by this Wisteria, being planted around an old Oak tree stump.
BUT THE BUGS! Wisteria attracts so many insects (had to take it outs from our pergola) Sorry. I love this in theory only.
Good support for Wisteria, Trumpet Vine, etc
Love the idea of putting wisteria on a treehouse
wisteria!... and a playhouse to boot!
I like how "natural" this feels, closer to nature, not a duplication of a real house. Vines would be very impractical in our installation, but
“Stunning tree house and what a clever idea to make it look organic.” — dennawebb
AHBL
Seattle Urban Garden
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i will wake up somewhere in another lifetime and I will have beautiful wisteria growing in my yard!!! did you plan for the wisteria to grow over the entire terrace?
choice from what I've read in other places because wisteria is a destroyer of materials apparently. I would have my coffee there every morning :)
The steel arbors were placed over the seating areas so the wisteria would hover above you when you are relaxing or dining
clean lines, clean stone, overhead, wisteria
That wisteria is unbelievable! Like a living chandelier.
“Plants on wall” — Anne Stovall
Tatiana
Old Farm
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how long did it take to get the wisteria to grow to that point?
Wisteria, as beautiful as it is, will completely ruin that pergola with it's huge twisting branches in a manner of a few years. Should have used Hardenbergia instead.
I bought a wisteria tree from QVC on the show Cottage Farms last year and it bloomed last year, twice. This year I have bulbs about
Yes, from the twining look of the vines to the leaf form, I'd say you've guessed correctly!
Look at the pavers and the planting area for a vine or a pot with drip to it
arbor with what looks like wisteria…..love the climbing/flowering/deciduous look
Pergola over patio with wisteria trained
Pergola with climbing wisteria bushes. Slightly different feel than oriental zen, but I love that feel
“Gazebo for outdoor dining/ garden” — bmw22677
Garden Tech Horticultural Services LLC
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Garden Arbor
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wisteria vine
Vine on garden shed post
LOVE Arbors! LOVE wisteria!
Wisteria frutescens...the wisteria...climbing wisteria...Love the wisteria!...Vine on arbour...Vine and frame...Wisteria arbour
“cover gate” — monkyman
Hoi Ning Wong
Gamble Garden Spring Tour 2014: Hamilton
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climate. Landscape designer Jolee Horne planted the yard with drought-tolerant, sun-loving plants like lavender, sage and olive trees. An original wisteria vine climbs the trellis in the front of the yard.
climate. Landscape designer Jolee Horne planted the yard with drought-tolerant, sun-loving plants like lavender, sage and olive trees. An original wisteria vine climbs the trellis in the front of the yard.
“Garden” — paqua
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