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Re: Wisteria

Thanks Chris, this is pretty much the info I got from the AHS list some  
years ago too....that's why we made sure not to give it nitrogen at all, and  have 
given it no fertilizer at all in recent years, totally neglecting  it....more 
or less hoping it would die.  So we could replace it without  guilt.  We've 
gone years where we didn't prune it, other years we  did.  Nothing.  As for 
water, it gets little if any supplimental  water...so some years it gets a lot 
due to heavy rains, other years hardly  any. 
It's a chinese wisteria...the kind that is deciduous, blooms in spring,  
clusters of light purple blooms.   I purchased it as an established  vine in a one 
gallon nursery container.  No idea if it was seed grown or  cutting.  It was 
not blooming when we got it, which I was told is a  problem...since most are 
sold blooming.   I thought perhaps it was the  climate, but they grow wild 
around here blooming their heads off.  I  personally think it is time it goes, 15 
years is enough time to wait....any  clues how to do this effectively??
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 3/16/2006 10:38:10 AM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

How is  the water situation?  Is it possible that it received too much?   He
says that water will encourage new growth instead of  flowerbuds.

Under pruning he says that heavy pruning, especially in the  growing season
or in winter, can remove the parts of the plant that produce  flowers.

The pruning seems to depend on the type of Wisteria  grown.  I might've 
missed it -- do you know what kind of Wisteria it  is?

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