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08 May 2008

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asti

Oh, wisteria ! My fantasy house has it growing all over it.... Well done for getting it going :)

Michelle

See? A little threat works wonders sometimes... try it with the kids once in a while (ha!) :0)

I've loved wisteria ever since I was a child and first started learning plant names. Good for you! Take an extra deep whiff of it for me, okay?

Alicia A.

oh, wow!

Alice C

I could eat that photograph - it is so, so delicious!

Dragonfly

Just goes to prove that plants do indeed have ears!
My wisteria flowered really early this year, when it was too chilly to go out and enjoy it. I will have to tell it not to do so next year...

Gemma

Wisteria! You lucky thing! It is one of must haves for one day when we own a house. Glad to see I'm not the only one who thinks plants neeed a good talking to now and again!

Helen

That wisteria is glorious! What a beautiful view from the window. Have you got a lovely English country garden? I'm dreaming of filling up my garden with stocks and suchlike this year ... just need a few more hours in the day to do some serious planting!

Lucy Locket-Pocket

Forget the wisteria (although it is really lovely!!) it's the cow-parsley that sets my heart a-flutter! Isn't it gorgeous? Why don't we grow it as a proper flower???? I love it when it pops up at the allotment! Lucy x

Louise

Oh how lovely Ali - lucky you!!

Momma Pajama

It's funny how plants respond to threats, isn't it? I've done it (with good results) myself. Lovely wisteria!

June

I'm laughing because I have the same tendency of threatening plants if they don't behave as I wish them to do. It seems to work though. Your wisteria is gorgeous and I'll be glad when we move back south so I can grow some, too. They wouldn't survive long here in Tucson.

Your picture is so gorgeous; you could frame it or make it into little greeting cards to send to folks.

hazeljoy

rich mowed down my cow parsley this last weekend :(

lina

Lovely Wisteria, I've always dreamed of this hanging over my front door. Have you been talking to all the weeds in my garden too? They're growing with a vengeance!

Penny

Cow parsley is just such a pretty flower: we have loads round us and it is so pretty.

julie

ah spring, hearalded in with blooms a-plenty - glad to see that all are welcome at your house from the lowly but graceful cowparsley to the majestic and voluptuous wisteria ( can you tell I've drunk too much wine this eveninf?)

nikkipolani

Oh, they're beautiful! And so picturesque out your window. I treat my roses the same - if they misbehave, I put a shovel next to them. "See this?"

mary

Oh I'm glad the talking to worked because aside from jasmine there is nothing more spring like to me than Wisteria.

Gorgeous photo!

Thimbleina

I love the cow parsley, never really thought of picking it to put in the house, but will certainly be out looking for some tomorrow!

dottycookie

We have the same things and I love them both too!

simone

Gorgeous Wisteria. I have a white Wisteria that hardly ever flowers. This year it has had more flowers than ever but not as profusely as the purple coloured variety. I never knew they were scented until mine blossomed this year! What a lovely sweet fragrance.

suzie sews

Picture postcard photo...just lovely...can you come round and talk to my plants please?

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