Experts and BHG readers answer.
Cutting back wisteria
It would be a good idea to cut the seed pods off for two reasons. First, Wisteria respond well to pretty severe pruning. Second, those seeds are likely to germinate in your garden, giving you a whole crop of young Wisteria vines that won't necessarily be great bloomers when they're mature. Some gardeners prefer to leave seed pods on their plants because they're attractive and will rattle in the wind after the seeds have dried, but you'll probably have a better bloomer and a tidier garden if you do prune.