Answer: Wisteria are deciduous vines, meaning they lose their leaves in autumn and stay bare all winter long. What you're describing sounds like a natural course of events for this time of year. Be sure to rake up all the fallen leaves to keep insect and disease problems at bay. You can slow down on watering as your plant goes into a resting phase. As the buds swell in the springtime you can resume watering on a regular basis. Enjoy the fabulous bloom your Wisteria will provide next spring!
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