Growing and Training Wisteria

Big and beautiful, wisteria is the queen of climbers. Here, get tips for developing a beautiful plant and controlling its vigor.

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Keep Plants in Check

Wisteria is a vigorous plant, and its stems can become thick and woody with age. These can cause problems if they grow where they're not wanted, so cut stems away from gutters, windows and behind pipes when you are pruning.

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© 2010 Dorling Kindersley Limited

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