Wisteria frutescens is a climbing vine that grows to a maximum of 30 feet. It grows under full sun with moderate water conditions. In spring, it produces large hanging clusters of fragrant, pea-like purple and lavender blooms, giving way to brown fruit in the fall. The plant can be used as a hedge with support and is resistant to deer. It is native from the eastern United States to Texas along streams and botttomlands.
Attracts Birds, Attracts Butterflies, Resistant To Deer