When my friend Jacquie called me from Oshawa on the 3rd of June and said that her wisteria was in full bloom, I made a change of plans and drove to her Oshawa home. I have visited Jacqui’s lovely gardens before but had never made it there in time to see her wisteria in full bloom.
Few people that I know can get their wisteria to bloom in this part of the country. I think that Jacquie’s waited about 18 years to awe her (and anyone else who’s lucky enough to see it) with huge lilac coloured blossoms tumbling in every direction on the wooden arbour. It will certainly be on my list of visits again next year!
How beautiful!….I didn’t know that about Wisteria.
Debi, I`ve heard that most people`s wisteria never blooms. I`ll have to ask Jacquie what she did differently to get the blooming started. Jane
HI Jane: Thanks so much for sharing – stunning photos of the wisteria, your friend is very lucky to have such a magnificient specimens in her garden……patttt
Glad you liked the photos. Jacquie has an amazing in-town garden and each time I go there I see some wonderful flowers and garden artifacts. I really loved her 2 little bird baths.
Sorry I was so late in responding to you. Enjoy your garden and your summer culinary experiences!
These are amazing photos. I love the reflections in the bird baths! Thanks for sharing!
Loreen, The bird bath is lovely and I didn’t realize until I started to process the photos that it held such a perfect reflection. Glad you like it! Jane