Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Look What I See

Wisteria, I love the look of it and I love the smell!

So delicate and pretty.
This is coming out of an old hollowed out tree or something.

It is hanging every where in the trees on the property I live on,  just beautiful!

Wishing everyone a great day!


  1. This seems to be a good year for wisteria bloom! A lot is blooming around here, too -- it's so aggressive, though, that I'm leery of planting it in our standard size lot -- it will snatch the roof off of a house it gets too close to.

  2. I love wisteria! In fact, a dear friend was here this afternoon from the Lubbock area. She used to live here and we met in the 80's when my daughter and I both lived in the same apt complex...buildings apart. My daughter and J lived next door to each other and my daughter introduced us. It was like instant friendship! Anyway, she & my daughter planted wisteria on the fence behind their apts and it's still there...25 yrs later!:-) Each time I drive by that complex or see wisteria blooming anywhere, it makes me think of her.

    Your blog is wonderful!

  3. Hi lovely lady.
    I also love Wisteria maybe,I will put one in a pot on my patio for some color.I hope it can take the Texas Summers Yours is Gorgeous !! I would like to thank you so much for your sweet comments on my Easter Tablescape. I HOPE YOU have a wonderful weekend with your family.
    XXOO Diane

  4. It is a beautiful vine; don't see it much around here. Your pictures are spring-lovely!

  5. The Wisteria is spectacular this year! Once my children and I found a huge wood completely covered with Wisteria and we walked inside. The floor was completely covered with humongous Wisteria roots, honestly some of them were 7 or more inches in diameter! When you looked up it was a solid roof of beautiful lavendar. It was the most beautiful thing I've ever seen. Sadly, the next year they came and cut down every single tree and put the land up for sale. That was about 6 years ago and there it sits, unsold and heavy underbrush taken over. But I drove by this week and saw the Wisteria taking over again. It will be a long time before it forms a room, but someday I hope another lucky adventurer will get to see it.

  6. We dont have it here either. But you know I would have some if I could. It is so spectacular! We are still brown and ugly here! Enjoy your wonderful property and the blessings of spring!

  7. What a beautiful colour the wisteria is! I'm not sure if we have it here in Australia. thank you for stopping by my blog :)

    Bridget xo

  8. Pretty post! I love wisteria and I,ve been doing some photo shoots of mine also. Thank you for sharing.

  9. lovely photos. i, also, love the scent of wisteria. it smells a little like candy to me, kind of like carolina jessamine does, and no other flower that i can think of.


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