Wisteria at the Casa de los Escudos in Ponferrada
The wisteria is a climber that comes from Asia and became known in Europe in 1816.
In spring (April and May) (Abril and May) it flourishes brightly and at the end of the summer it becomes less exuberant.
The specimen at the Casa de los Escudos has been preserved by the people from Ponferrada for many generations. Its consolidation is about to happen to prevent the balconies from being damaged due to the restoration of the building that will provide the space for the Radio Museum.
SPECIES: Wisteria (Wisteria sinensis)
HEIGHT: 2,30 m
PERIMETER: 1.80 m
PERIMETER OF THE BASE: 1.10 m