Thanks for writing. You can plant wisteria seeds --- but you'll need to wait until they ripen (the pods turn brown and dry).
I'd prepare a protected area outside to start your wisteria seeds in; let them be cold and dormant over winter and they should sprout and begin to grow in spring.
One note: Wisteria is notorious for taking it's time to bloom from seed --- sometimes it'll be 10 or 12 years before it blooms for the first time.
---Justin, Senior Garden Editor, BHG.com
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