- Quick grower
- Needs space and support to reach its full potential
- Spectacular, 8-10" long racemes of lavender-blue flowers in late May
- Bloom may repeat during the summer months
- Breathtaking, fragrant flower show
- Attracts butterflies
- Northern hardy
Like all Wisteria, this native to the lower mid-Atlantic area is a quick grower that needs space and support to grow and look its best. A heavy arbor will allow this plant to thrive and do what it loves to do: grow and produce spectacular, 8-10" long racemes of lavender-blue flowers in late May that may repeat during the summer months. Its flower display is breathtaking, fragrant and attractive to any number of native insects and butterflies looking to fill up on nectar. 'Blue Moon' loves full sun and will flower its best in that environment but it will tolerate less sun and still grow well. While this selection is native further south, it is one of the most northern hardy of all Wisteria and blooms reliably into Zone 3. 'Blue Moon' is a nearly 'no care' plant, in fact, your pruning will encourage vegetative growth at the expense of bloom so cut judiciously!