When planting Chinese Wisteria, it is important to choose a location that gets full sun and well-drained soil. The Chinese Wisteria is a vigorous vine, so it is important to provide it with a sturdy support structure such as a trellis or pergola. To plant, dig a hole that is twice as wide as the root ball and just as deep. Carefully remove the plant from its container and loosen any tangled roots. Place the plant in the hole, making sure the top of the root ball is level with the surrounding soil and backfill the hole with the soil you removed earlier. Tamp it down gently and water the plant well to help settle the soil and remove any air pockets.
When it comes to care, Chinese Wisteria is relatively easy to take care of, it is drought tolerant and doesn't need frequent watering, but make sure to keep the soil consistently moist. It doesn't require frequent fertilization, but you can add some balanced fertilizer in the spring to promote healthy growth. The plant may require pruning to remove any dead or diseased branches and to shape the plant.
Expect to see the Chinese Wisteria grow rapidly, climbing up to 20-30 feet long and producing long, cascading clusters of fragrant blue, purple, white, or pink flowers. It can be trained to cover arbors, trellises, and fences. With proper care, the plant should be healthy and last for many years to come. This plant is also deer and pest resistant, making it a great choice for people who want a plant that will last for many years. It's important to note that Chinese Wisteria can be invasive in some areas, so make sure to check your local regulations before planting.