By planting wisteria in a contained planter, you can grow and train these beautiful flowering vines without making a permanent mark in the ground. Best known as plant covers to offer shade and visual interest around arbors or pergolas, potted wisteria is great for small spaces, rentals, urban spaces or general decorative appeal. http://www.ehow.com/how_8091558_grow-wisteria-pot.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage
If you're lucky enough to have a wisteria in your garden, then August is a good time to trim any long shoots. This should help encourage more flowers for the bumblebees and honeybees next year #homesfornature
This links to just a photo...no article or anything. Just pinning for the idea of actually painting the shed a color OTHER than beige! Also love the wisteria climbing up the side - and I actually HAVE a wisteria planted next to the shed! I just have to train it up the side of the shed. Loving this pic...
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Cultivation: Grow in moist, well-drained soil in full sun, against a sunny wall. Suggested uses: City, Cottage/Informal, Beds and borders, Wallside and trellises Soil types: Chalky, Clay, Sandy Soil drainage: Moist but well-drained, Well-drained Soil pH: Alkaline, Neutral Light: Full Sun Aspect: South, West Exposure: Sheltered Hardiness: Tender in frost (H3)