Planting a grafted wisteria

Hi,
I am wondering if i have planted this wisteria at the correct depth. I heard that you need to have the graft about 2 inches above the soil, but i can't tell which bit is the graft. Ive attached a pic of how ive planted it, does this look right to you?
Thanks
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On 4/13/12 11:06 AM, mushy_face wrote:

The knob just above the soil appears to be a graft.
Two warnings about wisteria:
1. They require soil that drains well. They appreciate moist soil but not soggy soil.
2. Once established, they can be quite vigorous. See <http://www.sierramadrechamber.com/wistaria/history.pdf about awisteria that actually destroyed a house.
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I hope that doesn't deter people from visiting Sierra Madre to see this remarkable vine, using the link that David furnished! Sierra Madre is a charming community in the mountains around L.A. It still has some "olde-tyme" community flavor.
Whether the Sierra Madre wisteria is larger than the Great Vine at England's Hampton Court, I can't say; been years since I saw it; impressive icon of English history. Below link claims it is largest in the world.
http://europeforvisitors.com/london/articles/hampton-court-palace-great-vine.htm
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