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An answer at last in reference to the unidentified plant

I posed a question about a plant a while back. Remember “Eesa Fuji?”

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Well I downloaded an app called garden compass and it allowed me to send the picture to an expert. Here was their response:

“Difficult to tell without the flowers, but appears to belong to the Wisteria genus, a twining woody vine that can be a “bonsai” in a container with beautiful trusses of blue, white or pink spring-time blossoms followed by fuzzy pea like up to 6 in. long pods. Foliage turns yellow in fall before losing its leaves until late winter or early spring. Needs full sun – suggest you take it outdoors for it to survive properly. Feed with a slow release fertilizer and water regularly but do not allow plant to sit in water.”

Benefits of the Information Age…

Happy Gardening,
Marissa

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