Wisteria sinensis ‘Cooke’s Purple’ (Purple Chinese Wisteria) – A woody deciduous vine that can climb 20-30 feet and as wide with leaves that are divided into 11-13 pointed leaflets. In the spring while the leaves are just budding out, this vine produces foot long clusters of fragrant lilac-purple flowers. These clusters hang below the foliage, creating a spectacular show. Grows in full sun to partial shade with occasional watering. Hardy to below 0° F. This variety is known to occasionally rebloom in the summer.