When to trunk chop Wisteria

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airlayering bigger trunks for WYSTERIA

Post  abcd on Wed Nov 30, 2011 10:02 am

Hello, airlayering is a good solution , even with larges trunks, I have the experience up to 20 cm with elms , 15 cm with wysteria .
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Re: When to trunk chop Wisteria

Post  sunip on Wed Nov 30, 2011 10:29 am

Hello all,
Thanks Abcd.
Sunip Wink

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Re: When to trunk chop Wisteria

Post  William N. Valavanis on Wed Nov 30, 2011 12:09 pm

Jay,
I suggest you drastically prune AND dig and pot your two Wisteria in April. They will probably just sit there for a few weeks, then when we get warm weather in late May (or June), they will suddenly pop and grow into a bush. Many specimens treated this way will also blossom the first year on new wood too, which is often repeated throughout the summer.

You have seen my specimens so no need to show you photos here.

Good luck,

Bill

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Re: When to trunk chop Wisteria

Post  landerloos on Wed Nov 30, 2011 1:53 pm

William N. Valavanis wrote:Jay,
I suggest you drastically prune AND dig and pot your two Wisteria in April. They will probably just sit there for a few weeks, then when we get warm weather in late May (or June), they will suddenly pop and grow into a bush. Many specimens treated this way will also blossom the first year on new wood too, which is often repeated throughout the summer.

You have seen my specimens so no need to show you photos here.

Good luck,

Bill

Totaly agree with William, mine did flower the first year.

Peter

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Re: When to trunk chop Wisteria

Post  drgonzo on Wed Nov 30, 2011 3:27 pm

Peter and Bill, thank you

I was hoping to get advice from folks who had worked with digging vines of this trunk caliper and I'm grateful for the wisdom.

All in one go huh?

Ok then thats what it will be. Best bring my 12 volt Dewalt reciprocating saw, Thats my power hori-hori.
-Jay

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Re: When to trunk chop Wisteria

Post  lordy on Sun May 06, 2012 5:08 pm

Any updates on your collections?
I have a plant I lifted in March 2011 after the passing of a club member who needed his property "cleaned up". So it has lived for the last 14 months in a pot of about 10 gallons of garden soil. It has gone into leaf heavily but it is all at the top of about a 36" tall trunk of approx 1.5" caliper. My landscape plant buds back easily, but not too sure what might happen if I cut the trunk back to get some growth down low.
Hoping to see your results, Jay.




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