Kentucky Wisteria
Kentucky Wisteria
Kentucky Wisteria
Kentucky Wisteria
Kentucky Wisteria
Kentucky Wisteria
Kentucky Wisteria

Kentucky Wisteria

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  • This Kentucky Wisteria ships in a 1 Gallon Pot
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Wisteria Macrostachya ‘Aunt Dee’ - Kentucky Wisteria is Native to part of North America . It is a good alternative to Asian wisteria that have become invasive in some areas. This species produces hanging clusters of purple flowers in early to midsummer. Tightly pack flower clusters typically reach 8 to 12 inches long.The bright-green, lance-shaped leaves of Kentucky wisteria are in a pinnately compound structure with eight to ten leaflets. The formation of 3 to 5 inch (8-13 cm.) long, slightly twisted, bean-like, olive-green seed pods begin in late summer.

Full sun to partial sun.

Attracts birds, bees and butterflies.

Native to North America

Drought tolerant once established.

Purple / White flowers, fragrant

Additional features: Drought Tolerant, Fragrant, Attracts Wildlife, Attracts Pollinators, Native, and Fall Color

This Native Kentucky Wisteria ships established in a 1 Gallon pot.

Size: Can reach up to 20 - 30'ft in height

Light: Full Sun (6+ hours of direct sunlight)

Hardiness Zone: 5 - 9

Characteristics: bright-green, lance-shaped leaves of Kentucky wisteria are in a pinnately compound structure with eight to ten leaflets. The formation of 3 to 5 inch (8-13 cm.) long, slightly twisted, bean-like, olive-green seed pods begin in late summer.

Growth Rate: Fast to Moderate

Soil & Water: Does well is acidic, moist, well draining soil.

*We cannot send plants to Alaska or Hawaii.

*Plants ship dormant in winter months.

*Pictures shown are of mature plants.

Can take 5 - 10 years to mature and produce flowers.

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Hardiness zone for this plant: 5 - 9

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Kentucky Wisteria

Native to North America, mostly in the Southern States and some areas of Illinois, Kentucky Wisteria is a great native alternative to Asian native wisteria. The Kentucky wisteria is in fact a twining vine that attaches itself by twisting its stems or leaf stalks around structures to help support itself upright. Producing hanging clusters of light purple to white flowers during early summer to mid-summer, providing a magical scenery in any garden or landscape.


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