Wisteria macrostachya 'Clara Mack'
Wisteria, White Kentucky 'Clara Mack'
Kentucky Wisteria 'Clara Mack' is a twining deciduous vine with compound leaves and hanging clusters of white flowers. This splendid white form of a normally blue-flowerd species has longer and later flower clusters than Wisteria frutescens, our other native Wisteria. Found and shared with us by a true "country plant lady", the late Clara Mack, of Lexington County, South Carolina, this Woodlanders' introduction has won praise here and abroad. The American native Wisteria are much less rampant and aggressive than their more commonly cultivated Asian counterparts.
USDA Hardiness Zone 5-9