I have tried unsuccessfully to grow Wisteria from both cuttings and seeds. I have just received my 3rd attempt from friends who have a well established tree.
Last year I planted 6 seeds, I soaked them in warm water for a day, then planted them in compost in a warm dry place- many many weeks later 1 germinated but none of the others. It seemed to be doing well up till late autumn then my mistake I left it out instead of bringing it into a cold frame. It has done nothing this year so I'm guessing it's dead. The 2nd attempt was from cuttings- two took, one very well but as I left these two pots out over winter these are dead too! The lesson here was to not leave them outside over winter especially when you have a cold spell like in Feb.
The batch I have got now, are cuttings with roots on so I'm keeping my fingers crossed.
Like what Virtdave said and I had read that to grow from seeds is a very slow and long process, they won't flower for many year and that cuttings are a better option.
I shall keep fingers crossed- Wisteria does look so amazing so it's worth the hassle.
Is it "la" or is it "le"?