Wisteria 2018

Wisteria 2018

Hi, Everyone! Again, because of the holiday season, I’m keeping the blogs short-and-sweet with just a nostalgic look at some of my favorite blogs this year.

When I looked back over the many blogs I’d put together, I found I had to include wisteria for the sheer beauty of these photos. They are the same as the original blog, but if you’d like to refresh your memory about the funfacts, and enjoy a video or two, go here!

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December Winners: Drea M., Nancy S., Bobbie B., Susan S.!!!

November Winners: Mary C., Debra G., Merrie W., Candy L.!!!

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*** This Week’s Giveaway is Closed ***

We have a winner! Congrats: Theresa M.!!!

December Winners: Drea M., Nancy S., Bobbie B., Susan S.!!!

November Winners: Mary C., Debra G., Merrie W., Candy L.!!!

To be in the running for this handcrafted paranormal romance bracelet, made by yours truly, OR a $15 Amazon Gift Card, please leave a comment at the bottom of this post. Also, feel free to post comments on every Caris Roane blog, Monday thru Wednesday this week, to increase your chances of winning this week’s prize drawing. Only one win per month allowed, otherwise no limits!

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*** This Week’s Giveaway is Closed ***

We have a winner! Congrats: Theresa M.!!!

To be entered into the giveaway drawing, please leave a comment about wisteria. Have you ever grown this beautiful plant in your yard? Which photo did you like best?

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26 thoughts on “Wisteria 2018

  1. Happy New Year!!!
    I love these pictures, beautiful flowers. I love the way they clustered together and hang – beautiful.

  2. Wonderful pictures, my daddy planted me a little clipping from his wisteria the summer before he passed in August 1999 and it goes down the fence and my husband hates it. It makes me remember my daddy so I only let him trim in the fall. I really enjoy ur pictures. Thank u

  3. Happy New Year everyone and hope 2019 will be a great one! Just love those pictures and love the wisteria blossoms-gorgeous coloring. AZ

  4. When I was a little girl, a neighbor had wisteria growing on the side of the house. It was my first encounter with the plant, and I was thrilled with the scent and the beauty of the blossoms. Since then, I do a double-take when I see it growing. No, I’ve never tried to grow up mostly because I have a brown thumb.

    The first photo of the heavy blooms/blossoms hanging down makes me wish I could sit in a chair beneath them and read all day. Heavenly! Thanks so much for sharing.

    Fort Myers, Florida

  5. I actually do something about Wisteria my mom has one on Cape Cod in Bourne, MA and I do love them and they are pretty and smell so nice. Thanks for putting this out there.

  6. How I miss my wisteria. It was growing in a 100-foot tree, and in the spring it was just so beautiful to behold.

    Sadly, we had to cut the tree down because it was becoming a hazard.

    At least it also grows wild here in North Carolina, so I can enjoy them just taking a ride.

  7. Beautiful pictures of wisteria! I have high hopes for my vine this year as we got rain and the freezing temperatures it seems to need to bloom. Happy New Year!

  8. love seeing wisteria dripping from different parts of a yard. I don’t have any, but it’s pretty to look at. I think I’ve heard it’s invasive, so it may not be the best plant, but it does bring joy to me.

    denise from maryland

  9. Wisteria is lovely, but STRONG. It routinely pulls down the garden structures it gros on. Gardeners use metal trellises to support it.

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