I wanted to share photos of our Wisteria in bloom this year.
We have several of them.
This one is on our hill.
This Wisteria is next to the house.
We love how it shades our dining area!
Same photo, but at night!
I shared with you photos of some wreaths,
I added to our potting shed.
I just finished a new sitting area next to the shed.
I added topiaries and small pots with pansies.
A table and chairs add the romantic mood I wanted to create!
I love how it turned out!
My goodness--That is gorgeous, Jody. I love wisteria and we cannot grow it here. Our climate is way too cold. Lucky you- everything looks just beautiful. xo DianaReplyDelete
Diana, thank you for stopping by! ♥Delete
Wisteria is so gorgeous! How lucky you are to have it. In western Pennsylvania where I live we can't grow it but my mother lived in Georgia and in the spring she would call me up and tell me I needed to come down to see the wisteria on Cooter Creek. Your patio area is lovely.ReplyDelete
Thank you Peggy for stopping by! ♥Delete
So pretty. You'll enjoy that area as the weather cooperates. Our wisteria is blooming just now, too.ReplyDelete
Lorrie, can't wait for summer here in San Diego!! ♥Delete
I love your Wisteria. I have one but it has NEVER bloomed, so I had the gardener cut way back as it was growing all over everything. I think if I stood still it would grow over me LOL.ReplyDelete
Love your romantic dining area looks really good. And your potting shed looks terrific.
Your gardens always look wonderful. The rain really helped, but I did lose a lot of plants.. Stop by and see my Spring Garden,
Hope that you had a wonderful Mothers Day.
Hi Mary, always wonderful to hear from you! Stopping by your blog now! ♥Delete
Jody...your garden area is so beautiful, whimsical and inviting! I'm in awe over your wisteria. Mine is climbing all over the place and I'm trying to train it up a few more feet to the balcony arbor. And tips on pruning and how to secure it to go upward around posts?ReplyDelete
Jane, guide the lead branches and tie them or support them with jute or string. Trim branches where you don't want them to grow, to force the lead branches to grow. ♥Delete
You have an outdoor home and an indoor home♥ReplyDelete
How are you feeling? I hope PERFECT!
Monique, we're outside more than inside our home. Especially now that Stan is retired. Feeling a little better everyday! ♥Delete
I love Wisteria! Your garden is so gorgeous and I'm drooling over your photos!ReplyDelete
Carol, thanks for such a lovely comment! ♥Delete
Love the wisteria! We planted one 2 years ago, but I think it will take a few more years to get that big. Also I love your sitting area! So romantic and pretty.ReplyDelete
Cindy, I think it's been 5 or 6 years ago we planted the one next to the house. It's worth the wait! ♥Delete
Wisteria doesn't do all that well in Michigan so I am living vicariously through your beautiful post!ReplyDelete
Stop by anytime, Jeanie. Love hearing from you! ♥Delete
I love wisteria and how yours grows over your covered porch. Those shutters in your new sitting area kept drawing my eyes to them in every photo.
Hi Judith, I love our covered porch, can't wait to have summer parties this year! My friend, Kim, gave me the antique shutters. I love the way they look in the new bistro area too ♥Delete
The wisteria is such a lovely flowering plant, and it looks so pretty covering the white roof. I heard that some kinds are poisonous, but not sure if that's correct. Love that picture of the dining area lit up at night. And your table and chairs are so charming. I love seeing pics of your garden and back yard area, Jody. I get lots of ideas and inspiration.ReplyDelete
Hi Sheri, Thanks so much for stopping by. I wish the blooms would last longer on our wisteria.Delete
But, I love every minute when the flowers appear! Have a wonderful week ♥
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