Wisteria is a very common climber for ornamental purposes, particularly appreciated for the long pendulous clusters of violet-colored flowers, even if varieties with various colors are available on the market. They, between 35 and 60 centimeters long and intensely perfumed, bloom in the months of April, May and June, although in some cases they can also have summer re-blooms. For its part, this climber has a fair rusticity and, even if it adapts to low temperatures, it prefers temperate climates and exposure to the sun. It grows well in moist and clayey soils, but does not tolerate calcareous ones. Pruning will be done in summer and more vigorously in winter, when the plant is bare, making sure that there is no risk of frost. You will thus be able to contain its development and guarantee spectacular blooms, the strength of this plant. Further attention must be paid to the placement of the plant, as its roots, very robust and expanded, could create problems for structures and pavements that are too close. Use resistant racks as support for its growth, otherwise the plant will break them in its development.