Unsure of how to give your wisteria its winter prune?  Check out this video and you should be confident to get on with the job. The winter prune not only keeps the plant tidy, but also helps to produce more flowers.

Please remember that wisteria seeds are poisonous to dogs, so don’t let them fall to the ground where dogs could find them.  When I am pruning high up a ladder, I cut off the seed pod and put it in my pocket and then trim off the rest of the stalk and let that fall to the ground.  When the job is finished, I obviously tidy up well to make sure that I didn’t miss anything.

If you found this useful, don’t forget to check out our other videos.

A new video is now available, featuring our wisteria.

The first video from Gardening and Dogs is now available – to introduce ourselves to you