Wisteria perfuming the air

(015:  Kitchen art:  Wisteria.  Photo © 2009 by Robin)

M brought in some wisteria yesterday.  The scent is wafting through the house with the lovely breeze coming in the open windows.  The air is fresh and clean underneath the perfume of the wisteria.

The weather has changed.  From yesterday’s much-needed rain showers:

To this:

Doesn’t it make you wish you were here?

8)


3 Comments on “Wisteria perfuming the air”

  1. Anna says:

    Wisteria! I forgot about wisteria, and would love to plant some. If I had a pond like that, I would be a constant gazer, for sure, and perhaps the writing muse would rise from the depths. Such a lovely, lovely pond.

  2. Robin says:

    I wish the writing muse would rise up out of the pond and help me out a bit, Anna. lol! Ah well. At least I have good gazing. 🙂

    Wisteria is one of my favorite flowers. I love the scent. We found some buried underneath an old barn or outbuilding that had been bulldozed. The building used to sit near the pond and we’re not sure what it was used for. It’s taken us a couple of years to dig through all the debris (most of it ending up in our yearly bonfire). Once it was all removed, we found daffodils, wisteria, and a willow tree. Three of my favorites. It was as if they were left there as a gift for all our hard work.

    You bring out the stories from me, Anna. Sometimes I think my replies and comments to you are more interesting than my blog posts.

  3. Anna Surface says:

    Well, the muse isn’t rising for me in any shape or form. Perhaps it is fallow for a time and when I lose all my teeth, have some nice whiskers on my chin, I’ll pick up the writing again and be a storyteller. I tend to get wordy in comments sometimes… Anyway, that was a wonderful find of daffodils, wisteria, and a willow tree. I’d love to have a willow tree.


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