Mysterious Wisteria

I love Springtime in a new house.  Every day is a discovery, as blooms appear, whether seeded by chance or some long-gone resident.  Just now I am basking in the beauty of wisteria.  I’m sure some people consider it invasive, but I’ve always wanted some.  And now I have it in spades.  The stuff is EVERYWHERE.   Tangled in bushes, festooned across trees, creeping across the ground, dangling from the gutters of the abandoned house in our woods.  The air is simply redolent with it–you would think someone had been spraying perfume, even inside the house.  I may have gone just a little crazy taking pictures, but a lot of this may be cleared away by next year and I want to remember it–and I want you to enjoy it too.

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