Japanese wisteria

Wisteria floribunda

  • Japanese wisteria
  • Japanese wisteria
  • Japanese wisteria
  • Japanese wisteria
  • Japanese wisteria
  • Japanese wisteria
  • Japanese wisteria
  • Japanese wisteria
  • Japanese wisteria
  • Japanese wisteria
  • Japanese wisteria
  • Japanese wisteria
  • Japanese wisteria
  • Japanese wisteria
  • Japanese wisteria
  • Japanese wisteria
  • Flower name
    Japanese wisteria
  • Scientific name
    Wisteria floribunda
  • Alias藤, ノダフジ, Japanese wisteria
  • Place of originJapan
  • Place of floweringGarden, Botanical Gardens, Park
  • Flowering seasonMay
  • Language of flowersWelcome

What is Japanese wisteria

Japanese wisteria or Fuji , scientific name:Wisteria floribunda, is a hardy deciduous vine and shrub of the Fabaceae family native to Japan. Hanging racemes (flower clusters) there in early May, sweet fragrance and blooms. One inflorescence with many small flowers and florets of them has butterfly-shaped legume-. Fuji viewing flower vines crawl dedicated shelf in a lattice made with bamboo in Japan, called Fuji Dana (Wisteria), etc., hannging and dwarf to bonsai. Coloration is pale purple flowers of mauve too, to deep purple or white flowers. (Noda Wisteria) Wisteria told Fuji as well, so representative cultivars and Wisteria in Japan. Right as viewed from above, the Wisteria vine, yamafuji (mountain wisteria) is left-handed. Depending on the region in Japan,however in the Spring Flower Sakura → azalea → Fuji followed bloom. Fuji is very Japanese-style atmosphere, so made the Japanese form of "Fuji Musume". geneus name "Wisteria", American researcher of Fuji is named after. Fuji, also native to Chinese wisteria and American wisteria. Like upside-down with the wisteria flowers, the same family Lupinus there.

"Welcome" is it's flower language. The flower bent down from the wisteria treble is swayed by the wind and it depends on the taste of welcoming the traveler.

Generic name: Japanese wisteria, scientific name:Wisteria floribunda , aka: Fuji, Noda fuji, wisteria, Japanese wisteria, living type: deciduous vines and shrubs, vine length: 3 - 30 m bark: gray, Phyllotaxis: palmately lobed leaf: odd pinnately compound leaves, leaf length: 20-30 cm, small leaves: 13-19, small leaf: oblong, leaf length: 5 -10 cm, inflorescence shape: Butterfly-shaped, inflorescence: raceme, squeezing, inflorescence length: 30-200 cm (9 feet Wisteria), petal size: 2 cm, color: purple, white, mauve, peach, Fragrance: Yes, flowering: early may, fruit types: pods, fruit shape: lanceolate fall, fruit length: 17 cm, seed shape: round, flat


  • Order
    Fabales
  • Family
    Fabaceae
  • Genus
    Wisteria
  • Species
    W. floribunda
  • Type of flower
    Radial symmetrical flower
  • Array of flower
    Gross inflorescence
  • Petal shape
    Butterfly shape
  • Leaf type
    Odd pinnate compound leaf
  • Edge of the leaf
    Serrated
  • Life typeDeciduous vines and shrubs
  • Flower colorsPurple White
  • Colors of the leavesGreen
  • Fruit colorGreen
  • Height300.0 ~ 3000.0 cm
  • Diameter of flower2.0 ~ 2.0 cm

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