Blue/lilac/white flowers, up to 12 inches long, come out in early summer usually followed by poisonous seed in green pods, enchanting fragrance. Ideal for a house wall that gets full sun or a pergola. This wisteria grows fast and will need cutting back at least twice and year to keep it in check. Leaves appear after the flowers have shown themselves. Another way of identifying the difference between Chinese and Japanese Wisteria is that the Chinese varieties twine clockwise and the Japanese anti-clockwise. ‘Prolific’ is a highly fragrant blue-lilac variety

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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