evergreen wisteria?

njoynit(Z8b Coastal ~secluded)August 29, 2007

anyone grow this?I found some when IDing plants for someone.I want to know about transplanting some& if anyone knows about when the pods are ready?they are still green,but the seeds look white.I didn't expect them to be ready but was trying to ID.surprised me that there was a dark purple wisteria and never knew it existed till yesterday...From what I read its not invasive.I found no info on seeds.The lady actually has both wisterias growing...and yeah...the regular invasive one we know...has invaded an 'area' of the yard.place has also been abandeoned since hurricane.They bought the property dirt cheap.Its leaves are actually better looking than regular wisteria.

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The native vine is Wisteria frutescens. It isn't evergreen in my area. When the pods turn brown, the seeds should be ready.

    Bookmark   September 2, 2007 at 10:06PM
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