Common names: Chinese Wisteria
India (I): Himachal Pradesh; Jammu-Kashmir ; Punjab; Sikkim; Tamil Nadu ; Uttar Pradesh ; West Bengal & other countries as per ILDIS;
Woody climber with twining stems; leaves pinnate; leaflets usually 11, ovate-lanceolate, up to 7 cm long; flowers bluish-violet, 2.5 cm long, on up to 25 cm long drooping raceme, all opening together; pod up to 15 cm long, velvety. 

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Blauregen (Wisteria) from a private garden in Bremen: Probably Wisteria sinensis


Yes ..


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fabaceae week-30-Australia: Wisteria sinensisa climber climbs very high up to 40 feet, on the tree.


At least I have heard about this….Beautiful colours.


-endemic to china, Japan and Korea.
Planted throughout the world for Beautification.


 

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Fabaceae-Faboideae (Papilionaceae) Week: Wisteria sinensis from Kashmir and California: Wisteria sinensis (Sims.) Sweet 

Common names: Chinese Wisteria
Woody climber with twining stems; leaves pinnate; leaflets usually 11, ovate-lanceolate, up to 7 cm long; flowers bluish-violet, 2.5 cm long, on up to 25 cm long drooping raceme, all opening together; pod up to 15 cm long, velvety.
Photographed from Kashmir and California


The climber with Beautiful racemes


This climber was recorded from Darjeeling (cultivated).. Wisteria chinensis


Wisteria sinensis (Sims.) Sweet 

Common names: Chinese Wisteria
Woody climber with twining stems; leaves pinnate; leaflets usually 11, ovate-lanceolate, up to 7 cm long; flowers bluish-violet, 2.5 cm long, on up to 25 cm long drooping raceme, all opening together; pod up to 15 cm long, velvety.
Photographed from Kashmir 


Wisteria sinensis (Sims.) Sweet 

Common names: Chinese Wisteria
Woody climber with twining stems; leaves pinnate; leaflets usually 11, ovate-lanceolate, up to 7 cm long; flowers bluish-violet, 2.5 cm long, on up to 25 cm long drooping raceme, all opening together; pod up to 15 cm long, velvety.
Photographed from California


I have this Wisteria in my house, which is still blooming and as the years passing its bunch size is increasing and few of them started drooping. Thanks … for showing this picture.


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Plant for ID :: Salzburg, AT :: EU-ARKOCT35 : 7 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (6)

Seen this beautiful plant with purple blossoms in one of the castle grounds in Salzburg, AT. They looked so refreshing in the summer.
Is this Wisteria sinensis?

Yes it is Wisteria. Not sure of the species but I think you are right.
Have seen similar blooms in April in California


Wisteria sinensis or floribunda


This is Wisteria… most probably Chinese Wisteria (Wisteria sinensis)


 

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SK452 25 MAR-2017:ID : 8 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
Location: Kathmandu, Nepal
Date: 4 June 2013
Altitude:  4400 ft. 
Gliricidia sepium (Jacq.)Walp. (accepted name)  ???


To me, looks different from images at Gliricidia sepium


I think Wisteria sinensis as per images herein.


I agree


The Id by … seems to be correct as the pictures are comparable with those in the link provided. 

In this connection I wish to make a general statement that all those who seek ID should try to provide best pictures, not the cropped / hazy images. In the recent times sending cropped/ unclear pictures has increased for the reasons best known to the senders. Of course any body can guess!


Thank you … Wisteria sinensis (Sims) Sweet (accepted name)


 

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SK437 19MAR-2017:ID : 12 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3)
Location : Kalingpong, India
Date : March 2017

Altitude : 4000 ft.

Gliricidia?  Pl. check the spellings. 


Gliricidia sepium (Jacq.) Walp. (accepted name)  ???  


I think it is the only species in this genus in efi. 


Also check with images at Millettia peguensis.


Can you send the images of the leaves (branch) for checking the proper ID.


It is not Glyricidia. Could be a Milletia species (Millettia brandisiana ? not sure !).


I think Wisteria sinensis as per images herein.


i agree


I am not sure as the pictures are not clear. The 3rd picture showing the tree is confusing me. Is it a independent tree or the combination of hardy shrub climbing over the tree. 


Thank you all for the ID !


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Fabaceae Liane for identification 030313MK02 : 7 images. 8 posts by 4 authors. Please help me to identify this climber growing in a private garden.

Flower: up to 3 cm long
Pinnate leaves; leaflet 10 cm long
Date: 17 August 2011
Place: Ooty town, Nilgiris, TN


It looks like a Wisteria species.


Supporting …


Yes Wisteria spp..

 

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Some more pics of Wisteria on trellies.. (3 images).


We have so far only have Wisteria sinensis so far in efi site.


Check for the Wisteria frutescens. I remember to have seen this in India Habitat Centre , New Delhi long ago


I also agree with …


Check to see if the vine twines clockwise or anticlockwise. This character helps to identify the species, otherwise they are quite similar.


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SK1379 22 AUG 2018 : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (5)
Location: Godavari, Nepal
Altitude : 5000 ft.
Date: 24 July 2018

Habit :  Cultivated, 


Appears to be some Fabaceae member?

Wisteria chinensis?

I guess You are right …


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