I live in Los Angeles. I moved into my house in 1992. There is a
wisteria that grows on the handrail in the front yard. It gets a lot
of sun. For the first several years I lived here, it flowered every
spring. For the last several years, it leaves beautifully but has
What should I do so it flowers again?
I would then suggest that you begin feeding. Plants need nutrients and soil
becomes depleted over time.
Organic compost is my primary choice, but even supermarket 20-20-20 would be
You may choose to use a "flowering" formula to help it along- that would be
a fertilizer with a higher middle number like 5-10-5 or some such.
If it were *me* I would use a general formula to get the plant back into tip
top shape before asking it to perform, but others may say it's fine to push
for blooming this season.
I would change that to "must". actually most failure to flower is too much
flowers getting blasted by cold weather, and too much leaves (needs to be pruned
sharply). do a google search for wisteria pruning. Ingrid
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