Just whack it in, water and feed it well, and let 7 years go by( yes, I know, that is the hard bit ! )
Wisteria, once it gets going can be a bit of a monster so make sure it does not creep it's way underneath your roof panes by the way !The occasional pruning should keep it in check.
Once you prune, you have some flowers left over..
Make a basic wreath from willow, which you can find easily in the countryside or even in the city.
How to make the wreath is very easy, and is explained more extensively in this post- it's basically forming a large circle with several willow branches, then tying it with twine.
Your tools are thus as follows:
Add pretty ribbon ( I went for cream ).
You can hang it on the door ..
and detail of the bottom :
Or if you want to be careful with the delicate blooms of the Wisteria, and not have them moved to and fro when you open the door, you can hang the wreath inside...
I hope I have convinced you Wisteria is the way to go and you will get cracking with either planting the darned thing and smoke a pipe or cheroot or take up knitting for 7 years till the thing starts flowering, or IF you have one, to start making a wreath and enjoy the fabulous flowers not only outside but only inside !!!! Either way- enjoy planting and/ or wreath making - wether it is a door wreath or simply a wreath for an indoor floral decoration!
And have a fabulous weekend!