Sue Sanderson

Sue Sanderson – our horticulturist expert

Sue Says
The Chinese Wisteria (W. sinensis) and the Japanese Wisteria (W. floribunda) are both quite fragrant. However, Chinese Wisteria generally has a stronger scent, depending on which variety you choose.

Its Japanese cousin has other merits. It has longer, showier flowers than Chinese Wisteria, although it can take a few years to become established and may be slightly slower to flower.

Both are available in blue or white varieties. View wisteria varieties available on our website.

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