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Old Tuesday 23rd August 2011, 09:15
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Wisteria - flowering all the time

This year my wisteria has flowered continually from April till now.

This must be unusual - but is it the sign of something being wrong with the plant ?

Thanks for any information you may have.

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Old Tuesday 23rd August 2011, 14:02
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Wow, that's beautiful - I have never grown wisteria, so not familiar with flowering habits. Hope it's ok!
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Old Tuesday 23rd August 2011, 14:03
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Welcome to the forum, Bpinkent.
I Googled Wisteria & all sites said it flowers April to June, but a lot of plants seem to be going mad, our Magnolia flowers all Spring & Summer too. That should be just a few months. Our Clematis is also still flowering.
Hopefully someone can give you advice here.
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Old Tuesday 23rd August 2011, 15:02
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It certainly is unusual. Did you feed it something different this year? We have that variety of wisteria and it flowers during April and May but certainly no longer than that. It looks a lovely healthy plant.
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Old Tuesday 23rd August 2011, 21:00
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Welcome BP... your wisteria is beautiful. The only thing I can think of is that it might have been messed up by the very early hot weather but that doesn't explain why a lot of other wisterias aren't doing the same.
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Old Tuesday 18th December 2012, 05:59
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Wisteria is a vine that is well known for its vigorous growth and are just as notorious for being reluctant to bloom.
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The deciduous varieties of magnolia trees that shed each year, a magnolia flower will open early in the spring before the leaves start to appear. The flowers will appear from large buds that come from the previous season, and they will remain throughout the autumn and the winter.
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