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Wisteria Chinese (wistaria) / glicinia

Belongs to the legume family. Fatherland - East Asia.

General description : This is a tall climbing plant, in nature it achieves more than 4 m. In the upper room, it will have to be cut and rejuvenated periodically. Wisteria Chinese is valued for very impressive and beautiful flowers. It is better not to cut them, they quickly fade. In July, it is useful to prune the branches for the chosen flowering.

It is not widespread, capricious to room conditions, it is better to grow it in bright winter gardens.

Recommendations for the care of the plant Wisteria Chinese:

Illumination : Light-requiring, requires direct sunlight.

Irrigation mode : Moderate, to measure the drying of the soil. In winter, outlandish.

Humidity : During the growth period, wisteria needs regular spraying.

Temperature control: In the summer it is better to place in a fresh atmosphere (in the park or on the balcony). For the winter to provide a cool period of inactivity, in a heated place wisteria may die. By spring, gradually accustom to warmer temperatures.

Soil : Recommended soil mix: 3 elements of clay-sod land, 1 share of leaf soil, 1 share of humus and 1 share of sand.

During the flowering period, it needs top dressing 1 time per week with liquid complex fertilizers for flowering plants.

Breeding : Cuttings and layering in the spring.

Transplant : In spring, young plants annually, mature once every few years.

Pests : Rarely affected.

Chinese Wisteria (Wistaria) - Glicinia

Chinese wisteria (wistaria) - glicinia