Wisteria, which is also called with the scientific name of Wisteria, is part of the large Papilionaceae family: it is a climbing plant that comes from the Asian continent and, in particular, from countries such as Japan and China.
We are talking about a not particularly numerous genus, given that inside we find about a dozen typically climbing shrubs, which are also characterized by being rustic.
Among the main characteristics of Wisteria, we undoubtedly find the shape of the trunk, which twists in the lower part and then adapts to the structure that is placed near the top of the plant.
Among the other peculiarities of this plant, we find an interesting color of the flowers, which varies from blue to violet.
The flowers of the Wisteria develop inside inflorescences that can even reach a length of twenty-five centimeters; moreover, they are characterized by having a rather intense perfume.
Surely, the most suitable period to start cultivating this plant undoubtedly corresponds to the colder seasons, such as autumn and winter, until March, paying the utmost attention to ward off the danger deriving from frosts.
This climbing plant is characterized by loving all those typically sunny areas, even if it manages to adapt with good results to partial shade areas.
One of the main dangers for Wisteria derives from late frosts, which it just cannot bear, since it is above all the sprouts that suffer a lot and suffer the most serious damage.
As for the location, it is advisable to place the Wisteria near a wall or, in any case, near structures that face east.
The watering of Wisteria must remain constant, but never excessive: in particular, they must be concentrated during the period in which the plant takes root.
The flowering phase occurs during the summer season and occurs for about thirty days: the greatest production of flowers is found above all in younger plants.
In the event that the Wisteria plant does not reach flowering, the causes are to be found, in particular, in an excessive use of fertilizer, but also due to pruning that does not respect the correct rules, in addition to the fact of do not expose it in a bright place.
The best substrate for the cultivation of Wisteria is undoubtedly the one that has typically clayey characteristics, but despite this peculiarity, it is a climber that manages to develop very well in any type of substrate.
It is essential, however, that the soil in which Wisteria is grown meets two main requirements: we are referring to excellent drainage and a large amount of organic substance.
Likewise, it is important to mention the fact that the positioning of these climbing plants is also characterized by the vigor with which the trunk grows: it can often happen that it causes damage to all those structures that are in the vicinity of the plant.
Here is a brief explanation of why it is advisable to place Wisteria plants as far as possible from roof tiles and gutters.
The multiplication of this climber occurs through cuttings, although there is the possibility that it occurs through grafting.
If the first solution is chosen, the ideal period to extract the cuttings is between the final part of July and the beginning of September.
Rooting must take place inside a special container, which must be previously filled with a mixture of peat and sand and then stored at a temperature not lower than sixteen degrees centigrade.
To ensure a more reliable rooting, you can take advantage of the constant water nebulizations to be carried out on the leaves.
As for graft multiplication, however, it will have to take place in March and it is necessary to extract the slips from the plants, and then graft them on the Wisteria sinensis: the next step is to bury them and store them at a temperature between 16 and 18 degrees centigrade.
Wisteria can also be propagated by seed or offshoot, although it is important to underline that the two methods of multiplication previously reported (cutting and grafting) are the most consolidated and most frequent.
Although Wisteria is a plant that has a high level of resistance to any kind of danger, it can happen quite frequently that it is hit by parasites such as aphids and spider mites.
In some cases, moreover, even if it must be said how it happens much more rarely, it can be the object of attacks by thrips, which mainly hit the leaves, causing rather considerable damage.
Among the most important diseases that can affect the Wisteria plant, we also find chlorosis, the main consequence of which is represented by a notable whitening of the leaves.
Denumire populara: Glycine, Wisteria
Se intalnesc frecvent doua specii de Wisteria:
1. Wisteria sinensis (sin. Wistaria sinensis, Wistaria chinensis, Glycine sinensis)
2. Wisteria floribunda
Conditii de crester si ingrijirea plantelor cataratoare de glycine-wisteria:
- Speciile de Wisteria sunt decorative prin flori, forma si aspectul frunzisului, port
– Wisteria sunt shrubs cataratori sau taratori
2. Wisteria floribunda
Plantele de Glicina-Wisteria formeaza pasta makers dehiscent - ce fac zgomot „pocnesc puternic” in momentul eliberarii semintelor.
Glycine-Wisteria if utilizeaza ornamentalthe harness: pergolelor, chioscurilor trunchiurilor arborilor, coloanelor, balcoanelor.
Size, variety, port:
1. Wisteria sinensis
Arbust, shrub cu tulpini fickle, ce poate ajunge la inaltimi de pana la 20 meters.
♦ Wisteria sinensis „alba” - variety cu flori dawns.
2. Wisteria floribunda
Arbust, shrub cu tulpini fickle, ce poate ajunge la inaltimi de pana la 8 meters.
♦Wisteria floribunda 'Lawrence'.
Fig. 1 Glycine (Wisteria floribunda)
Fig. 2 Glycine (Wisteria floribunda), florists
Fig. 3 Glycine (Wisteria sinensis), fructificatii - pastai
Fig. 4 Glycine (Wisteria sinensis), A-fructificatii - pastai & B-samanta
Fig. 5 Glycine (Wisteria sinensis), samanta
Fig. 6 Glycine (Wisteria sinensis), liana-planta cataratoare
Fig. 7 Glycine (Wisteria sinensis), liana-planta cataratoare
Fig. 8 Glycine (Wisteria sinensis), flora
Fig. 9 Glycine (Wisteria floribunda), florists
Fig. 10 Glycine (Wisteria floribunda), florists
Fig. 11 Glycine (Wisteria spp.), pergola
Fig. 12 Glycine (Wisteria floribunda 'Lawrence')
Fig. 13 Glycine (Wisteria floribunda)
Fig. 13 Glycine (Wisteria floribunda), plantta melifera - frecventata de albine
Fig. 14 Glycine (Wisteria floribunda), liana inflorita
Comentariile sunt închise pentru Glicina - Wisteria: inmultire, ingrijire
robustness: rustic -20 ° C
exposure: sun, partial shade
Soil type: fairly rich soil, not too compact and not calcareous
Soil acidity: from neutral to acid, from ph 6 to 7
Soil moisture: normal
use: trellised on a tree or pergola, or carried in the tree and isolated. notable in bonsai
Planting, in pots: in autumn or spring
Multiplication method: marcots, cuttings, transplants
Format: after flowering, and possibly in winter to limit bulk
Diseases and pests: mosaic virus, aphids, scale insects, red mites, rot, powdery mildew, fungi
Floribunda wisteria it is native to the Japanese forests. Introduced in 1820 to North America for the pleasure garden, it has become an invasive species in some American forests: it changes the natural structure of forests by smothering native trees and changing the brightness available for the herbaceous phase.
Japan wisteria, however, is a great climbing plant to tread on a pergola or fence. Horticulturists have not stopped creating new varieties of this species, bringing new colors or a smaller development of the branches, or lengthening the clusters of flowers. Very close to the point of view of its maintenance of Chinese wisteria, it differs however on some points.
Floribunda wisteria it can rise up to 10 in height, resting on a support: a tree, a pole, a facade. Its branches grow by wrapping this support in the clockwise direction, unlike the Chinese wisteria. The stems thicken and lignify with age, eventually able to form a crooked trunk of 25 cm in diameter.
The flowers appear in long clusters of 50 cm, in May-June, in the midst of leaves already outside. They are less fragrant than those of the Chinese species. The 'Longissima' variety has clusters longer than 1 m.
The length and tiered arrangement of the bunches bring great elegance to the plant. On the contrary, with Chinese glycine, the pea-shaped flowers bloom successively along the cluster starting from the base.
The leaves are composed of 13 to 19 oval leaflets, tapered at the end and wavy edges.
the wisteria or glicines is a planta enfiladissa ideal for decorating pèrgoles amb uns raïms de flors de gran bellesa en color blau, blanc or rosat.
Reg: regs freqüents a partir de la primavera.
Climate: resistent. Tolera gelades de fins at -15ºC.
All plants from Flores Frescas arrive well packaged and healthy. Wysteria has not flowered yet but is climbing up and up!
Es muy pequeñita, para el precio.
El tamaño es porque en this era están podadas para un mejor crecimiento en spring Saludos
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