|I have 3 wisterias in which are over 3 years old. only one blooms a little. I need to know what i am doing wrong. Thank you, diane shack
|Answer from NGA
February 6, 2009
|Using a super bloom (something low in nitrogen) should help your plants perform well. However, the biggest complaint I hear about wisteria is that it takes sometimes up to 7 years to become established and to bloom. So, patience might be all you need to exercise at this point. Wish I had a quicker solution!
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