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Wisteria 'Naga Noda' / Japanese Wisteria in a 2L Pot, Fragrant Flowers


Wisteria 'Naga Noda' / Japanese Wisteria in a 2L Pot, Fragrant Flowers


W. Naga Noda is a large deciduous climber with twining stems, dark green, pinnate leaves and cascading fragrant clusters of deep violet/blue like flowers.


Growing Details:

Common Name:  Japanese Wisteria
Genus: Wisteria
Species:Naga Noda
Skill Level: Beginner
Exposure: Full sun, Partial shade
Hardiness: Hardy
Soil type: Well-drained/light, Acidic, Chalky/alkaline
Height: 1200cm
Spread: 800cm


Wisteria are vigorous woody climbers with twining stems bearing pinnate leaves and long pendulous racemes of fragrant pea-like flowers in spring and early summer



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  1. Delivered in good condition. 5

    Posted by Michael Fowles on 12th Feb 2021

    I was surprised how well my plant was packed and how quick the free delivery took.
    The wisteria is in good condition although dormant at present so will be looking forward to seeing it flower.

  2. Great Wysteria, nice people to deal with 5

    Posted by Mark Stothers on 2nd Jun 2020

    Ordered online, had contact from the nursery, product arrived in real good condition and packed well.
    I’ll shop with them again.

  3. excellent product 5

    Posted by Robert Huish on 25th May 2020

    The wisteria plants arrived on time they were boxed really well to ensure no damage could be sustained through transportation, good size and ready to plant

  4. Arrived safely in good condition. 5

    Posted by Unknown on 25th May 2020

    A nice Wisteria, arrived in good time. Just watered it and it is looking good.

  5. No Damage 4

    Posted by Michael Gallagher on 17th May 2019

    Plant looks good and strong

  6. Crazy Gardener 5

    Posted by Unknown on 13th Feb 2018

    Brilliant wisteria plant, service, packaging & speed of delivery.

  7. Confusing Label 5

    Posted by Stephen Corlett on 25th Jan 2017

    It is confusing that the label states that it is a 'Chinese' Wysteria. Surely the label should say 'Japanese'!