I have good notice about my glicines this year. After I don't know how many years, finally the white has some flowers. And I wanted to present you the first photos of it's maiden view.
Probably, I would have more flowers if I would not cut the most part of the branches. In the years I have this plant it produced incrediblly quantity of leaves and no flowers. They say that glicines need about 10-15 years to begin the flowering. But I think, it's not so. Wisteria sinensis (common) that I grew from cuttings began to flower very early. After about 2-3 years.
It grows very quickly and blossomed again all the (rainy) summer last year. There were not too many flowers and the flowering was not so spectacular as without the leaves but it was a pleasure in any case. The part of the building where this plant grows is the most sunny.
This second (according of the time of flowering) glicine is on the same part of the house and grows good, too. Even if not so quickly.
Next plant grows together with the white on the cold side. And I think, this is one of the reasons why they produced only branches and leaves for years. The flowers are rare and much more little than those first. They are longer -and they say can reach 2 meters (the champion). My flowers this year were about 60 cm long. Some more at the end maybe.
White glicine is not completely open else. If the weather will be good enough, I hope to show you some better pictures.