Wisteria Problems - I need help!

ginbeanJuly 16, 2007

I love wisteria and had always heard it was easy to grow and hard to kill (my kind of plant). I bought two plants in spring 2006. They thrived all last summer and started growing again like gangbusters this year. About a month ago, one started to turn yellow/grey and stopped growing. Now, the other has begun to do the same thing. I have watered and applied Miracle-Gro, but it has not helped. I am a novice gardner, so I am appealing for suggestions. if anyone has any ideas about why the wisteria is dying, I would welcome advice.suggestions.

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r-tist(6)

You may be giving it too much water. They need to be planted where they have good drainage and not be soaked. I have one that I put in a most inconvenient place and it's taking over one end of my yard. Wish you had some of mine!
Jo

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