Here’s pretty much the whole wisteria story. During the first week in March the lower branches on the right are thick with blooms, the blooms move up the stalk and by the end of the week all the blooms are out and the leaves are starting to fill in.
As the leaves appear on the right the blooms start at the bottom left and this is what we’ve got by the end of the second week.
By the fourth week in March the whole arc will be just the leaves and stay that way for the rest of the year. Then the leaves drop and we’ve got sticks for December-February and then like magic, March will bring another explosion of color.