Don't be scared to get ruthless with wisteria

By Fiona Ogilvie
November 2 2019 - 5:00am
Vigorous Chinese wisteria is kept in check by hard pruning after flowering.
Vigorous Chinese wisteria is kept in check by hard pruning after flowering.

November is here, the month when the garden comes together. Or should. This year things are quieter than usual although longer days and milder nights have brought out lots of flowers, even if on the small side.

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