Wisteria Yokohama Fuji is a deciduous climber that has short, fat clusters of lilac-purple flowers approximately 15cm long, that are highly fragrant in May-June. Prefers a south or west facing wall or fence in sun or partial shade and moist, but free-draining soil. Pruning in July/August and again in Jan/Feb improves flowering.
These stunning quarter standard trees have a stem height of 50cm and a head of approximately 30cm.
Ideal to mark an entrance or either side of a door, this award-winning wisteria produces an abundance of strongly scented, pea-like flowers in pendent, 10-15cm long clusters.