Short plum racemes of vivid blue scented flowers appear in late May and early June and often repeat blooms during the summer. Native.
WISTERIA frutescens ‘Amethyst Falls’ – Amethyst Falls Wisteria
Short plum racemes of vivid blue scented flowers appear in late May and early June that will often repeat blooms during the summer. American Wisterias are slower growing and less invasive than the Asian ones. ‘Amethyst Falls’ is considered by some to be a dwarf Wisteria. Flowers bloom on new wood so it can be pruned back for better training. It is deer resistant and drought tolerant. Native.
Sun: Full Sun
Soil: Average, Well-Drained
Flower: Vivid blue racemes
Bloom Time: May-June, can repeat all Summer
Attributes: Native, Repeat Bloomer, Showy Flowers, Deer Resistant, Drought Tolerant