Wisteria is a fast-growing, deciduous vine which, according to the National Gardening Association, can grow 10 feet or more in one year.
They are noted for their fragrant flower, which resembles clusters of grapes.
Wisteria is very versatile and can be grown as shrubs, vines, or even trees. Wisteria can grow to achieve heights of 20 to 30 feet with flowers widely in color.
The Chinese wisteria is a shade-tolerant vine, but it blooms best when grown in the sun. It prefers a deep, rich loam, has a moderate growth rate, and is very easy to grow.
The vine is easily pruned to keep it contained. The pure white flowers, borne indrooping 8-12" racemes, are produced in late spring or early summer.
It will cover a large trellis or arbor very quickly and is beautiful as a focal point to an entrance or porch. Hardy in zone 4-9.