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Hi – you must be about a month or so ahead of us in climate as ours is only just starting to bud…its a happy-maker though Wisteria…
yay the smell and the colors…
Ah yes, I love Wisteria – so dreamy and romantic. I always wanted to live in a cottage with Wisteria growing all over it and hollyhocks in the garden with a rose arbour leading up the garden path!!
Aw it reminded me of last year when I made a wisteria board for you. do you remember?! … http://anewsimplesomething.blogspot.com/search?q=wisteria
where are you…?xo
How nice to have that, it takes ages to establish if you plant yourself so nice to have it blooming already! here in UK it's still bare branches and little sign of buds…
Don't you love little surprises like that??
ha, amazing and how convenient! )
Oh what a sweet surprise!
YAY so lovely!
we are so in love with the wisteria in our neighborhood. it's almost a religion!
Oh we aren't even getting buds yet. I love wisteria we had it over our patio when we lived in Pleasanton, CA. Enjoy it for all of us!
I love it! What a nice surprise…nature and flowers right outside
Sweet scent!I was told Wisteria plant takes 6 years to have its first bloom~
Oh, how lovely! What a perfect addition to make your new home that much sweeter
How beautiful! I think wisteria is so romantic looking.XO Piper
For the love of wisteria – so painterly and sublime.
Yay! Love, plants, delicious, everywhere!
what a lovely color!!
aw pretty!! i love that such simple things can make people happy!! so nice – love the blog check mine out? http://improcrastinate.blogspot.com/(sorry im such a blog whore – ha)
I love wisteria! We had a huge vine growing on our fence that I planted when we first bought our house, but we had a huge flood in September and it ripped it knocked the fence and wisteria down. The roots are still there so I'm hoping it will grow back eventually.
we've got some too. it's not a full as yours, but every year I'm always happy to see it show out…
I am glad nature has softened the blow that the upheaval of life has bestowed.I noticed you have not had your usual giveaways so here is a shameless plug and a giveaway for your readers.I am a fashion illustrator in NYC. I am currently holding a contest on my blog to promote my work. The winner will receive a signed print of an evening shoe originally published in Mirabella Magazine, Contest ends April 30th. To enter go to…http://www.davidmcgrieveyillustration.com/The morning glories in my NYC window box have sprouted but I've got a full blown sprouted onion in my kitchen bowl. I cant decide if I should toss it or plant it.
By the way, I'm hosting a lovely little giveaway on my blog that you might be interested in entering! Here's the link:
Lucky you! If you'd had to plant it yourself it would have looked like a dead branch for at least 2 years. In this difficult year I'm glad you were blessed with coveted wisteria blossoms.
I'm partial to any kind of flowers Canada offers, and I think the purple ones you feature above are just the perfect sample. You should post more.
That looks fabulous! Just love wisteria, always makes me think of England.