Wednesday, 27 April 2011

A thing of beauty is a joy forever! ;-)

How beautiful is this Wisteria!

I think the best since we've lived here!

And the scent!

Anyone can enjoy our wonderful Wisteria, as beside our property

is a footpath leading to the church.

I keep saying that things in the garden are 3 to 4 weeks early!

And here's the proof from last year!

What a lovely day!

Hope you're getting this gorgeous weather, wherever you are!



Pomona said...

It's a bit chilly here today, but lovely and sunny. The wisteria is beautiful - I have always been a bit scared by the pruning.

Pomona x

SarahB said...

OMG, your wisteria is BEAUTIFUL!! I would love one, don't they take years to bloom though?

S x

KC'sCourt! said...

Wow! that Wisteria is spectacular!
I know what you mean about everything being early our Laburnum Tree is in full bloom it usually comes into bloom in middle of May and there seems to be more flowers than normal this year!
Julie xxxxxxx

Mary Ann said...

Just lovely. I would love to grow wisteria but I'm not sure if it would withstand our weather.

Alix said...

I had a wisteria spell cast over me the time I visited Monet's house at Giverney when I was 18 (only a very few years ago - ahem!) and I love it so much! Yours looks fabulous.

Isobel said...

Your wisteria is gorgeous, Sal. Truly beautiful!

galant said...

Just beautiful!
Margaret P

The Weaver of Grass said...

One of the best wisteria I have ever seen. Your headline is the first line of one of my Dad,s favourite poems. The next line is "Its loveliness increases" - so true in the case of your wisteria.

Mandy said...

Absolutely stunning :) x

Vintage Jane said...

That is just so beautiful ...

Carol said...

Stunning, really beautiful display.
Yes, lovely weather, we are getting it too.
Carol xx

dosierosie said...

That really puts mine in the shade. beautiful.