Wisteria Buyer's Guide

Wisteria is among the most popular choices for ornamental landscape appeal for its productive and showy flowering habit. Once established, wisteria features clusters of colorful and scented blooms that will bring beauty to your yard. Due to their nature to be top-heavy, especially when blooming, both tree-form wisteria and wisteria vines require sturdy supports like stakes, arbors, or trellises. Wisteria vines make lovely accents for your outdoor space, while the cut flowers can also brighten your indoor decor. Tree-form wisteria can be used as a standalone, landscape focal point, or plant several in a row to create a flower-filled, privacy fence. Wisteria tends to be heat-tolerant, cold-hardy, and fast-growing, so you can successfully grow wisteria almost anywhere.