Mother Nature whispered new life into our wisteria.
By May 21, when the wisteria should have been in bloom, I gave up and took this photo, a closeup, hoping I could see some sign of life. My conclusion? No life. I mourned the shade I had been looking forward to. Still, I kept watering it. Wisteria is a very thirsty plant. No other incentives. In just over a month life has been restored. The piazza and the living room have shade which is still increasing. I will continue to water.
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Hooray for renewed life. Nature is full of surprises.
And aren’t you glad of that. Old man winter was in a mood this past winter wasn’t he? Good thing Mother spring was more benevolent.
you made the mosot of your garden With a little help of nature. . 🙂
So glad to hear that your Wisteria survived the winter and was revived by spring. You must take lots of pics when it blooms. They remind me of waterfalls……..
Nona – Many surprises. That’s why I never worry about procrastinating.
Lisa – I always count on Mother Nature’s benevolence.
Sally- While the wisteria revived we only got a few blooms this year, but I don’t mind because for me the value is in the lovely shade over the piazza and the aqueous light in our living room.