Wisteria are most attractive deciduous climbing plants, well loved for their characteristic pendant and often fragrant flowers which occur in spring or summer. They are members of the pea, luguminosae family of plants and the flowers and seed pods are most reminiscent of this fact. They are fully hardy. If eaten all parts will cause much discomfort. They are generally trouble free although a few things including honey fungus or aphids may cause problems. This variety has been awarded the RHS award of garden merit. The flowers are a lovely white colour borne in June. The flowers are long and fragrant. The leaves are pale green and turn yellow in autumn. The variety is not as vigorous as some.