Wisteria floribunda

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Synonyms for Wisteria floribunda

having flowers of pink to mauve or violet-blue

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Sorg, "A standardized and automated method of perineuronal net analysis using Wisteria floribunda agglutinin staining intensity," IBRO Reports, vol.
In this study, qPGCs were identified by lectin histochemistry in which WFA lectin from Wisteria floribunda was used as qPGCs marker.
They used the long-flowered variety (Wisteria floribunda var.
jamasacura); the showy fuji, or Japanese wisteria (Wisteria floribunda); the unohana, or deutzia (Deutzia crenata); the nasi, or sand pear (Pyrus serotina); and the kiri, or foxglove tree (Paulownia tomentosa), among others.
If it was just labelled Wisteria sinensis or Wisteria floribunda then it could just be a seedling which could take twenty or more years before it decides to produce what is usually relatively small insidious coloured and poorly shaped flower trusses.
Wisteria floribunda from Japan is very hardy and vigorous, and capable of producing the longest racemes of flowers.
And also been too ambitious in picking the showier Wisteria floribunda with its yard-long flowers rather than the common and less fussy Wisteria sinensis.
Wisteria floribunda "Longissima', planted between posts, twines up from the side opposite the shelter and makes its way across the trellis.
Chinese wisteria, or Wisteria sinensis, will grow anti-clockwise but the Japanese, Wisteria floribunda, goes clockwise.
Two of the most popular varieties are Wisteria floribunda ( Japanese wisteria) and Wisteria sinensis (Chinese wisteria).
WISTERIA FLORIBUNDA THIS classic early-summer-flowering climber, famed for its elegant long tendrils of lilac flowers, is often trained beautifully over the walls of houses.
Another member of the pea family is one of the grandest climbers we can grow in our gardens, Wisteria floribunda macrobotrys.
Then there is Wisteria floribunda which comes into bloom slightly later, peaking in May and June.