Questions tagged: Wisteria

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Cynthia
Answer: Dear Cynthia, You won’t harm your wisteria at all if you cut it back after it finishes flowering. If need be, you can also cut it back in wi...
Category: General
Answered: 11:21AM, 28 Oct 2011
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mary
Answer: Hi Mary, Do you have possums in your area as they will nibble the newly emerging shoots and flowers on the wisteria? A fertiliser high in potassiu...
Category: General
Tags: Wisteria
Answered: 09:44AM, 01 Nov 2011
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judi
Answer: Hi Judi, Wisteria is usually pruned in winter. I have attached a link which I hope you find useful. http://www.abc.net.au/gardening/stories/s24851...
Category: General
Answered: 10:53AM, 14 Jun 2012
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Laurel
Answer: Hi Laurel, At the moment your vine looks like it is quite a young specimen and it looks very pretty. This is a very vigorous vine and as it gets o...
Answered: 11:47AM, 16 Nov 2012
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Helen
Answer: Hi Helen, Wisteria is a particularly strong rooted climber and can be difficult to kill, depending upon the size of the root system. I should imag...
Answered: 01:02PM, 30 Jan 2013
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james
Answer: Hi James, I am assuming you are growing the wisteria in a pot or in a area where you can control the growth habit of the plant. Wisteria is an extr...
Answered: 02:09PM, 13 May 2014
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Wallace
Answer: Wisteria is a very attractive plant but it can easily get out of control. The only way to control it without removing the entire plant is with regu...
Category: General
Tags: Wisteria, control
Answered: 10:47AM, 20 Mar 2015
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Annabelle
Answer: Hi Annabele, It’s a difficult thing to advise on really. The only thing that I can think to do is that when you prune the shoots in the winte...
Category: General
Tags: Wisteria
Answered: 01:49PM, 29 Sep 2015
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Bob
Answer: Hi Bob, Thank you for contacting Yates. We would recommend planting the tree as far as possible, at least 6 metres away from any residential or fen...
Category: General
Answered: 04:15PM, 07 Feb 2018
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paul
Answer: Hi Paul, Thank you for contacting Yates. For flowering climbers, look for plants like climbing roses, wisteria, bouganvillea or even passionfruit. ...
Answered: 03:26PM, 01 May 2018