Unidentified Climber

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Greenfingered MoneySaving
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Greenfingered MoneySaving
We have an unidentified Climber on a new house.
Does anyone recognise this?
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Thanks loads xx
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  • REENREEN Forumite
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    Looks a lot like my wisteria but your leaves are a bit rounder than mine. Nice shutters, btw.
  • CordieCordie Forumite
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    I think it is a wisteria too.
  • Wisteria would be great - I was worried it was Russian Vine...
    Owner says it hasnt ever flowered (which I dont mind as I have hayfever allergies) Can't wait for completion :D
    (Thank you)

    P.S we love the shutters too!
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  • I_have_spokenI_have_spoken
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    OT, but is it 'newlysingle' or 'newly married' :question:
  • Married (2 years now but feels like newlyweds) just couldn't change my username :)
    :heart::heart: Now "Newly Married" & extra happy! :heart::heart:
  • DavesnaveDavesnave Forumite
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    If no flowers, probably a seed raised one, which may not bloom for 20 years, or more......

    (One plant people should not buy in the supermarket!)
    People who don't stand for something will fall for anything.
  • DaftyDuckDaftyDuck Forumite
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    Married (2 years now but feels like newlyweds) just couldn't change my username :)

    Aaaaahhhh. Sweet. Could say the same at 30 years....


    Seed or grafted cutting, that could be flowering by now (if you want yo sneeze). The absolute must with wisteria is careful pruning twice a year, and that one doesn't look regularly pruned. It's essential to cut new growth back twice in the growing year, leaving only 2 or 3 buds. Even if you keel yours flower-free, it'll look so much snazzier and healthier for careful pruning.
  • Kathy535Kathy535 Forumite
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    DaftyDuck wrote: »
    Aaaaahhhh. Sweet. Could say the same at 30 years....


    Seed or grafted cutting, that could be flowering by now (if you want yo sneeze). The absolute must with wisteria is careful pruning twice a year, and that one doesn't look regularly pruned. It's essential to cut new growth back twice in the growing year, leaving only 2 or 3 buds. Even if you keel yours flower-free, it'll look so much snazzier and healthier for careful pruning.

    When you say 'buds' what do you mean? I have a rather sad wisteria which I hack at when I remember but it never does much and I'm not sure what I'm doing (which might be why!).
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