Wisteria Lane

Step 1: Pruning Sideshoots

In summer, after flowering, prune back the sideshoots to within five to seven leaves from the main stem, and tie in new growth.

Step 2: Shorten New Stems

In winter, shorten the new stems that have formed after you pruned in summer. Take these back to leave two buds. The short sideshoots that are left will produce lots of spring blooms.

1 Comments About this How To

  • anonymous
    I've had this plant for nine years but it has never given, flowers, should I cut long branches to promote the flowers ?? we are in summer, in South America right now, I come from Argentina. what should I do ??

    Posted 8 months ago

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