The Q&A Archives: Wisteria from Cuttings

Question: Wisteria seedlings take years to bloom, but when taking runners with roots on them, when can you expect them to bloom? Will their age be like a seedling or like the original plant? Arleta Bernier Forks, WA

Answer: It's difficult to predict but logic would dictate that growth from a rooted cutting would result in maturity earlier than from a seedling. Treat the rooted cuttings as you would the plant and hopefully if you've gotten the wisteria plant to bloom, then the cuttings should also bloom in a few years.

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