My idea was to plant it to cover the left side of the trellis which screens the greenhouse - both for colour and also to form a framework in its own right once the trellis disintegrates. In fact it is working in both these respects but rather more rampantly than I had anticipated (shades of R. Kifstgate). The racemes of flowers are massive - at least 12 inches long - but sadly its position means you don't really get to see them properly! Nonetheless, it is staying. I wonder if it will survive and become a structure in its own right in years to come. Hmmm.
|Wisteria with R. Zepherine Drouhin|
|Wisteria on trellis with new bird bath by Diana Roles in foreground|