Wisteria, (scientific name: Wisteria sinensis), alias vine, jutium, yellow ring. It belongs to the family Leguminosae, Wisteria, and a deciduous climbing vine. Dry skin dark gray, not cracked; spring flowering, blue-purple butterfly-shaped corolla, purple or deep purple, very beautiful. Wisteria is a warm-banded and temperate plant with strong adaptability to the growing environment. Produced in the Yangtze River Basin of the Yellow River south of Hebei Province and Shaanxi, Henan, Guangxi, Guizhou, and Yunnan. Folk purple flowers or leeks are cold-mixed, or fried in noodles to make flavored pasta such as “Purple Cake” and “Purple Cake”.
Wisteria is a warm zone and temperate plant. It has strong adaptability to climate and soil, is cold-tolerant, resistant to water and wet and thin soil, and is light and resistant to yin. It is most suitable for cultivation in a place where the soil layer is deep and the drainage is good. The main root is deep, the lateral roots are shallow, and it is not resistant to transplanting. It grows fast and has a long life. Strong winding ability, it has a strangulation effect on other plants.
Wisteria has strong adaptability, heat resistance and cold tolerance. It is cultivated from south to north in China. So in Guangdong, the temperature of all seasons can adapt to wisteria. When wintering, it should be placed at a low temperature of about 0 °C to keep the soil moist and make the plants fully dormant.