“It was many and many a year ago, in a kingdom by the sea..." Edgar Allan Poe
Around here it's almost treated like a weed - it grows up trees by railroad tracks, and in hedges along the side of the road. I, however, have cultivated mine most carefully up and around my garden gazebo, and am fully convinced it's the only reason the gazebo is still standing. The large trunk of wisteria is propping up the sagging gazebo! Love, love, love wisteria! Ours won't bloom for another month or two yet, but it's lovely to see yours.
It is such a pretty colour to see.
I wince at the sight of wysteria. (Autocorrect wanted to replace it with hysteria, and I thought that might have worked, too.) My Connecticut neighbors have an overgrown hysteria trellis that self-seeds on my side of the property and that sends shoots up into the limbs of my trees.
It is so pretty. I don't know how damaging it really is. Love driving the countryside at this time of year.
It really is!
Yep! It is probably more attractive from a distance.
Wysteria is always a sign, to me at least, that spring is around the corner. Its color bursts forth while the rest of the nature is still brown and drab. It's one of the prettiest sights of the year.
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