Have a wisteria and it doesn’t bloom? There are lots of possible reasons, and today we’d like to share some ideas to prune your wisteria. First of all, plant wisteria in a protected, warm spot in full sunlight and better don’t transplant it. Choose a point that is ‘top’, train the vine to lay horizontally there and repeatedly clip off side branches that try to continue up. This allows the top growth to develop in horizontal position and without shading foliage above. Prune wisteria twice a season: in early March before it blooms and again in late summer. To get more ideas head over to gardenista.com!