The flowers are beautiful right now - seemingly a deeper blue than in other years.
My one and only wisteria, dancing in the Spring breezes, the blooms so fragrant.
The leaves are now opening. . . . .eventually they will envelope the little arbor we built
for this once very tiny potted plant which I inherited from a long ago dear friend.
Note the thick pollen covering the roof of the gazebo - sneezing has reached
its peek here in the southeast!
Flowers on a newly planted wisteria can be a long time coming, often up
to seven years! Patience definitely is a virtue, followed by pruning
to keep this wandering, often invasive, vine in check.
HERE is the story of my wisteria, a most beautiful memory
of my special friend Julie.
If you are a gardener you've probably received pass-along plants from
friends and neighbors.
I'd love to hear stories of your special gifts which are popping up in this new
and lovely season of the year.