|Wisteria floribunda 'Macrobotrys'
This variety is a true miracle of nature for the amazing length of its clustered bunches.
It has even managed to get its name in the Guinness book of records, one plant is noted to have grown to180 cm in length.
It looks perfect on vine-trellises and pergolas where the flowers can dangle freely.
Flowers light violet with a purple, stain like mark, lightly scented flowers, open up progressively in a downward direction starting from the top of the long, clustered bunches until finally reaching the bottom, the bunches are 60/120 cm in length.
It has a medium precocious blossoming. It begins to bloom after the 2nd or 3rd year.
The foliage is covered with fur like hairs.
It begins to bloom during the 1st/2nd year.
Synonyms: ‘Longissima’, ‘Multijuga’, ‘Murasaki Naga Fuji’, ‘Naga Noda’, Purple Patches.
|Wisteria by Francesco Vignoli|