Wisteria floribunda is a climbing vine that grows to a maximum of 26 feet. It thrives under full sun or partial shade with moist water conditions. In spring it produces large hanging clusters of white, blue, and lavender flowers that are attractive to butterflies. These give way to brown fruits in the fall. The vines are twining, woody and heavy, requiring a good strong supportive trellis.
March - April, May - June