Latin name: Wisteria sinensis
Typically blooms late April
Built upon the gabion wall seen from The Amphitheater, the Wisteria Pergola was conceived to add more verticality to the wall while creating a unique passageway between distinct areas of the grounds. Constructed in 1995, this 230’ long natural tunnel of dense foliage and twisting branches is composed primarily of summer blooming wisteria, trumpet vine, and clematis, and allows for occasional glimpses of the sculpture garden from a uniquely elevated perspective. The footprint of this pergola was once one of the curves of the horse racing track at the NJ State Fair.