Wisteria frutescens is a deciduous, woodland flowering vine 25 – 30′ in length, native to the coastal plain along our southeastern states, around along the Gulf coast over to Louisiana and up the Mississippi Rivery valley to Arkansas and Kentucky. It grows in damp habitats.
The evergreen rhododendrons produce large to small, linear leaves that are stiff and evergreen. They usually branch from a central trunk unlike the evergreen and deciduous azalea that are multi-stemmed from the ground
Serenita and companion Serena are the only seed angelonias on the market, giving you the premium results you expect from vegetative varieties, with less labor and more efficiency. Both fit into warm bedding production…are perfect for grower choice premium containers…and excel in landscapes, thanks to their high durability.