Hello dear Shashi. What a beautiful picture! It looks like glycine to me... I just checked and in English it is called a wistaria. (thank you! This way I learned a new word today...)My parents have one in their garden and it smells heavenly. When we open the windows the whole house is scented!Shashi, I meant to email you earlier but I've been very very busy with work... And I'm behind in my emails. I'll try to do so as soon as possible! Oh I so treasure what you sent me. Every time I look at the doilies it gives me a smile. Seb loves them as well! :)
This is a beautiful picture and yes it is Wistaria..in Georgia where are am moving they think of this vine as a weed and that it will kill the tree it grows on..all I know all swamps a beautiful with it on the trees it comes out in late Feb thru March there...I like your heads..I keep trying ..have fun in Paris..talk to you later..Ruth B
oh deary me- I left a lengthy post on Wisteria - your climber and for some reason it got lost!!This is wisteria - a very tenacious climber - 2 forms of it the japanese version and the Chinese version - it is deciduous and climbs very well and will get away from you if you let it- so keep an eye on it - but its is one of my favourite climbers and yours is magnificent darlinglove n hugs bear xoxoxoxox
I'd love to have a place for wisteria like this. It would be the perfect treat to smell every evening.
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