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Inspiration for a mid-sized traditional full sun backyard stone landscaping in Boston for spring.

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.

Inspiration for a mid-sized traditional full sun backyard stone landscaping in Boston for spring. —  Houzz

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jeslop wrote:April 2, 2013
what is the name of the tree on top of the pergola?

Jo wrote:April 11, 2013
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    Sheila, similar to lilacs...only a couple of weeks unfortunately.
  • kissyface
    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 take a long time to start blooming.
Tammy Henschen Stahl wrote:April 17, 2013
Can wisteria be grown in Ohio?

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    Michele Watson
    Hi Kim, I have a wisteria about 3 feet tall tree that I want to attach to my pergola. But, I'm so afraid to do so because I don't want the wisteria to tear down the pergola. This pergola is costing me 7200. How are you maintaining it? And has it done any destructive damage to your pergola? Thank you.
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    Hi wolfgirl! Yes, we had a vine that was wrapping around the top of one of the columns and it began to pulling it off center.... we chopped that winding vine completely off... no worries, it will fill in quickly. The best thing to do is to never allow the vine to wrap itself around any part of the pergola. We cut it back atleast 3 times a year and anytime we see a winding vine we just cut it down to the main trunk. Wisteria can handle extreme pruning once it's fully established. So keep training it so that the vines sit on top of the grid... hope this helps...
Debbie Shelton wrote:May 12, 2013
    ptersign wrote:November 16, 2013
    jhborgen wrote:February 5, 2014
    Beautiful arbor! Was it custom? Where to find the fiberglass columns?

    - Also,

    joanne1950 wrote:February 11, 2014
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      Hi Joanne.. I am only an weekend gardner, but have your looked into Clematis? There are many different species and I believe it grows in most climates and tolerates some shade. Best of luck! Think spring!
    Helen Markow wrote:July 26, 2014
    • Linda Holveck
      How many columns total did you use for this project?
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      Hi Linda, we used 8 columns because we needed to frame around a fireplace that is behind the Japanese Maple... we would have used 6 otherwise.

    kellyslobodian wrote:February 19, 2015
    I grew in upstate NY!boost with fertilizer to get Wisteria to start bl

    - wisteria grown in Binghamton Ny,some love it some hate it!

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