We are all familiar with the beautiful wisteria (also spelled Wistaria or Wysteria) growing over trellis or against the house wall but they can also stand as wisteria trees.
The featured image by y-fu shows this other way to enjoy this wonderful plant originating from China, Korea, and Japan in your garden. Wisteria sinensis grows quite fast and you can start from scratch and have flowers on a small tree within a couple of years. It may well live for over a hundred years!
Starting from scratch can mean starting from seed – collect your own or buy them – soak them for a day first then they germinate fast when kept warm in moist soil, making leaves in only a few days.
But, if you have access to a favorite hybrid wisteria, the best way is to use cuttings. This first video shows you three different ways of doing that, taking cuttings, trimming, scoring, planting; on the next page the video deals with training the growth to form the tree: