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12/05/2014 at 17:36

Hi everyone.

i have a wisteria that is planted over a deck and grows up and over a pergola. It has been in place for nearly 10 years and usually has hundreds of beautiful blooms and dense foliage. I cut it back to main stems every winter (usually in January). This year there is hardly anything on it - one meagre flower and half a dozen brown leaf fronds. I love this plant and it is a real feature of the garden and our main shade in the summer. I would be devastated to lose it.

Any advice very gratefully received.

12/05/2014 at 22:46

I have one on the garage  wall that hasn't got a single flower. A cutting taken from it on the pergola has lovely blooms. Both pruned  at the same time. No explanation as to reason why. This year's weird weather maybe?


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