April 20, 2009

33 Amazing Pictures Hand Picked - Vine Wisteria or Wisteria Tree? - Inspirational Monday

Wisteria is vine not tree, however when it gets older like 30 years or so, its body resembles tree. If you would like to achieve that you need to train it properly from first years. How it looks when it gets older see by yourself on these 33 amazing pictures of wisteria brought to you by Inspirational Monday.




























20 comments:

Strawberry Lane said...

Simply ... spectacular!

Titania said...

The pictures are stunning and the wisterias very beautiful. I have a pergola covered with Wisteria. In spring it is pure poetry, but unfortunately in this warm climate short and sweet.

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Wow, these photos are amazing. So do you have a Wisteria? I have always wanted one but I know you need lots of sun for it and you have to keep after it to make it grow beautifully.

Kwana said...

Wow! Beautiful. Thanks for the lesson and the pics.

laurelstreet said...

These took my breath away! I've been wanting to try a Wisteria. I think you just gave me the inspiration I needed!

Gail said...

Incredible! The years and the the commitment it takes to train a wisteria! gail

Wellness Writer said...

Wow! These are terrific photographs. As a newbie gardener I never imagined that wisterias could be so beautiful!

Susan

Jim/ArtofGardening said...

Holy crud!

Louis said...

All your images are very amazing!!!

Kathryn/plantwhateverbringsyoujoy.com said...

Oh, this is too beautiful not to share further. (Watch for twitter link!) Thank you so much for pulling this together, Ewa! What a tutorial. The short lavender wisteria I am blessed to see in CA. The long straight pink ones I've never seen and did not know existed. Much to learn here. Well done and very inspiring!

nancybond said...

Literally breathtaking! Wonderful!

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Jan said...

These photos are absolutely breathtaking. Thanks for sharing these.

Jan
Always Growing

queenie said...

Wow!

But how do you 'train' them, so that they don't overwhelm anything they're put close to?! I planted one close to a heavy two-story wooden porch once years ago, and it practically tore it off the house. . . . I've been a little scared to ever plant another one.

mothernaturesgarden said...

This is a fabulously beautiful wisteria post. Makes me want to plant one. It is a great plant for massive displays. The photo collection is a special treat.
Donna

Flash Black said...

Absolutely beautiful specimens. I can smell them from here. Ahhhh!

Barbara said...

Wow, these are just beautiful, beautiful, beautiful. For me it is the typical "oldfashioned" plant I would like to have in my own garden...but haven't.

stadtgarten said...

All those pictures are spectacular! I love wisteria, but we cannot place one in our garden, unfortunately!
Have a nice long weekend, Monika

satpal192 said...

THESE PICS ARE REALLY MARVELLOUS. THANKS FOR SHARING THESE.
LOVELY,SPECTACULAR, TREMENDOUS,WONDERFUL...

SATPAL
satpal192@yahoo.co.in

Ircia said...

Śliczne:)

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