Thursday, April 16, 2015

What Vine Is Completely Covered With Lavender Colored Flowers Now?

You have probably seen vines covered with lavender colored flowers all around our area in full bloom now. They can be seen growing like small sprawling trees in the yard but they also will climb to the tops of trees and telephone poles. They are commonly seen growing on fences and when in full bloom appear to be flowering vines (without leaves).




Closer examination reveals a dense abundance of beautiful flowers.


This vine is know as Wisteria and is available in several different varieties that are sure to please!

Wisteria vines grow vigorously! They can add 10' - 20' of growth in just one summer. Typically, Wisteria will bloom once in spring providing a spectacular flower display. Occasionally there may be sporadic re-blooms later in the season.

Trees That Please Nursery has Wisteria available in 5 gallon containers ready now for planting into your yard. They are just now forming blooms that are sure to please!

We invite you to visit the Nursery and check out our Wisteria as well as the other vines we propagate including: Silver Lace Vine, Virginia Creeper, Trumpet Vines, English Ivy, and Seedless Table Grapes.

Our staff would love to give you a tour and "Talk Vines". So come on in!

Photos and Narrative By:
Stephen Sain
Staff Plant Physiologist

Trees That Please Nursery
A Retail and Wholesale Nursery
Serving Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Los Lunas, and Belen
Shade Trees, Fruit Trees, Shrubs, Cacti, Perennials, Gardening Advice

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