"Climbing or creeping vine; fast growing, up to 5 m in one season. Bronze-red foliage when newly sprouted becoming, bright green later. Panicles of white flowers whith pink hues; fragrant from july to september. Tolarate dry soils. Used on treillis, pergolas, archways. Winter protection needed."
Schisandra chinensis is a valuable climber native to China, Korea and Mongolia, grown for ornamental and medicinal purposes as well as for consumption. It has handsome elliptic or oval deep green leaves with red petioles. The fruits ripen from mid August to mid September and are bright red berries gathered in grape-like clusters.
Lustrous green foliage, much used in mediterranean cooking. Small blue-black fruits; sweetly acid, used to make wine or jellies. Ultra fast growing. Invasive plant. Excellent for fences, posts, almost indestructible.
Wisteria producing long spikes of white flowers (40 to 60 cm long). After few years, you will be rewarded by superb clusters of white flowers in early summer. It is often used to create bonsaïs. Prune drastically during the growing season to induce flowering.
Wisteria which produces of lengths purple mauve flower spikes. Appear at the beginning of the summer, after a few years. Plant very used to create bonsais. The blooming can be favored by making severe pruning during the growth season.
A vigorous flowering vine, Wisteria floribunda ‘Honbeni’ produces soft-pink racemes that are tinged with lavender and lightly scented. New growth is bronze, summer color is deep green, and in autumn the leaves turn yellow. Train and prune with care for reliable bloom.
Perfect for smaller spaces, this gorgeous twining vine grows at about a third the rate of Asian wisteria. Blooms at an early age, with its lightly fragrant purple racemes weeping gracefully downward. Use in containers for porch or patio, train up an arbor or trellis, or as a small free-standing tree. Deciduous. Grows quickly but won't get out of hand!
Originating from Minnesota, this cultivar of Wisteria is more hardy and can bloom three times during the season. 'Blue Moon' is expected to produce flowers by the third year, if not the second. Superb clusters (45cm long) of fragrant, lavender blue flowers appear early summer. Requires a solid, very big trellis, which will be covered quite rapidly by its large green leaves. "