Wisteria usually blooms on the branches of the previous year, so pruning the branches after flowering is not only conducive to the vigorous growth of plants, but also virtually paves the way for next year's flowering.
After the early summer flowers, the long branches of the year will be cut 15 cm, and the unnecessary branches and dead branches will be cut off. Easy to handle. But as for the cut effect, no one can help you to see the personal aesthetic. There is no rigid regulation on the times of pruning. If Wisteria grows too fast, it can be pruned twice with the same length.
At the end of winter, the long pruned branches in summer should be cut into 3-5 buds (there are many small buds on the branches in winter, the length of which is about 10 cm). In order to be beautiful, you can cut off the branches that grow out of disharmony, so that it is easy to see the fallen leaves or dead branches in winter, and you can clean them in time.
With the growth of age, the main stem of Wisteria may be affected by diseases and insect pests, affecting its shape and flowering, so it needs to be renewed in time. The main stem culture should be re selected in spring.
Before flowering in early spring, the useless buds of the main stem should be cut off to promote the growth of flower branches.
Special attention should be paid to the pruning of potted Wisteria flowers: the trunk should not be too long, and 5 main branches should be left in different directions. The lateral branch is shorter than the main branch. The new branches growing every year should be properly pruned, the weak ones should be removed and the strong ones should be left, and the heart should be properly picked. Try to keep the shape of pot plants and the beauty of flowering.