Widely popular, wisteria is something between a shrub and a vine, blooming vigorously in spring with showy, cascading flower clusters that provide growing color. It can live a long, healthy life with no pruning at all, depending on the look you prefer. It is drought tolerant and easy to grow. A sturdy support is recommended. PeeGee hydrangeas are known for their large flower heads which last a long time. The enormous, creamy white, flowers bloom in mid to late summer and become pink as they age. As a bonus, wisteria attracts butterflies to the garden.

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