Three photos to remember the next time you think about planting a wisteria.


Yes, this is one plant, growing in a courtyard in the heart of Perugia, Italy. Just image what the root system looks like.
The trunk.
Branches going up.
The canopy.

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  • Brenda Cooley
    on Jul 7, 2016

    No question but this natural canopy and twisted trunk is beautiful.

  • James W Douglas
    on Sep 4, 2016

    I agree. The trunk has such brilliant artistic character and it definitely has some age. I'll bet it is absolutely breath taking when it is in full bloom!!!!! I would love to have it on my property.

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