Monday, 21 April 2014

A Garden View No. 6

As much as I have always admired the purple coloured, almost leafless wisteria - I inherited a white one.  I have lived in this house for 17 years and this is the most flowers that the wisteria has ever produced.  It is not a patch on the profusely flowering purple ones but it is striking never-the-less.

I have been so busy in the garden this week due to the lovely weather we have been having.  It feels good being outside and sowing, growing and tending to plants. 

13 comments:

greenrabbitdesigns said...

I would be grateful to have any colour of wisteria Simone, you are so lucky!
V xxx

Jennifer Richardson said...

oh how lovely!
I think a wisteria vine
is one of nature's pure miracles:)
enjoy your fragrant beauty,
Jennifer

Julia said...

How lucky you are - it's beautiful

Julia x

Lisa said...

It's beautiful, how lovely to have your home decorated with such frothiness.
Lisa x

rusty duck said...

It is beautiful.The mild winter must have been good for it!

Ali said...

It looks as if it is going to be a bumper year for our wisteria too (though it's a bit later than yours). Must have enjoyed the warm and rain this winter!

Rosie said...

Oh, I do love wisteria, how lucky you are to have such a well established one - I noticed some flowers coming out on a purple one recently - it looks as if the weather this year has been good for them:)

Karen L R said...

Wisteria! So beautiful! Thank you for sharing.

Ethel Johnson said...

Wisteria, Wisteria,
I love your dangley bloom.
Wisteria, Wisteria,
I wish I had the room!

xx

Helen Philipps said...

Wow, your wisteria looks beautiful Simone! I love all the different shades, and yours is growing so well!
Love your garden views. I hope you have a sunny week.
Helen xox

Judy Hartman said...

Love your wisteria, Simone. I think you are 'in your element' in the garden! xxx

Anne Butera said...

So, beautiful, Simone! Glad your wisteria has blessed you with such a show this year!

And your "dumping ground" in the last post looks lovely to me! :)

Paula said...

It's beautiful Simone.