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how can I make my wisteria vine bloom? It is about 5 or 6 years old and huge but has never bloomed yet.

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well,

it could be as simple as using to much nitrogen in your fertilizer , if you're feeding it .... you could try root pruning it ( just take your shovel and cut through the roots straight down around the vine about 2 feet away from the base of wisteria)..or it may be just a plant that will never for whatever reason will not bloom ???? I have a Hydrangea like that ...:)Do the root pruning in the fall if you try it..

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Joined: 2011-02-19
Is it in full sun? They also

Is it in full sun? They also need lots of water. They are a native swamp plant lol.


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