Japanese wisteria

A woody vine of the Wisteria family, introduced from Japan to the United States in 1860 by George Rogers Hall. Among the most highly revered of flowering garden plants, the Japanese wisteria is a common subject for bonsai. Of the Wisteria family, the flowering habit of the Japanese wisteria is arguably the most spectacular, sporting the longest flower racemes across the Wisteria family in a tri-coloured variation. Its scent resembles that of grapes; incidentally, its flowers can be made into wine.

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