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Wisteria, also called Wistaria, is a genus of flowering plants in the family of pea. It includes species of somewhat woody bines that are native to Eastern parts of the United States, China, Japan and Korea. Some Wisteria species are well-accepted ornamental plants.

Its vines do climb by twining their stems either counterclockwise or clockwise around any accessible support. They can go as high as 20 metres above sea level and can extend 10 meters laterally. The largest recognized Wisteria vine is found in California. It weighs over 250 tons and measures more than an acre in size.

The leaves are 15 to 35 cm long, with about 9 to 19 leaflets. Wisteria flowers produced are from 10 to 80 cm long - like those of the Laburnum genus. They can be found in pink, violet, white or purple. There is no presence of yellow on the leaves. Blossoming occurs during spring, just as the leaves open or immediately before, in some Asian species. In America, flowering occurs in mid to late summer.


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