Sharing my Lowcountry adventures, one day at a time!
Thank you for stopping by my Southern Lagniappe blog ... and for taking the time to leave such a nice comment. I'm so glad it led me here to your beautiful "front porch." I look forward to reading more of your stories and seeing more of your beautiful pictures. Love the wisteria!
I am so glad you came to visit my little southern carolina front porch! You are always welcome. You have a gorgeous, wonderful blog and I love to linger there!! Your photography is outstanding!! I will be visiting pretty much daily......so keep putting pretty stuff on, okay??
Good Morning! You captured some great photos of the wisteria. One of my favorite colors in the spring. I can almost smell the sweet fragrance from here!Have a blessed day.
thank you for visiting my carolina porch, it is always good to have you! How is your spring coming along? Will you be planting anything? yes, I love the color of the wisteria too!
I wish I could grow wisteria here in Michigan. It's beautiful!!! You are so blessed to have it growing all over the place!!! Nice photos!Thank you for visiting Seashells and Lavender, and for leaving your nice comment.Enjoy your week.Debbiexo
I think your new blog is going to be very nice! I love the name! Is it warming up any there yet at all?? I hope so! so glad you visited my porch today, always nice to have you!
I would LOVE to have wisteria! I've heard it needs a very strong framework to grow on, and that it loves sun I believe? We have neither in our mostly shady backyard, but if we ever lose any trees I'd love to try my hand at planting some!Baby sends her love :)Donna
Well I DO SO LOVE your backyard! Its one of the prettiest I've ever seen, love the unique and creative way you do it. Obviously all the little creatures love it as well, from all the great photos you have of them! I enjoy them all so much. Give beautiful BABY some Carolina lovin from me, okay?? PUrrrrr......she is so pretty!
It's gorgeous! And intoxicating is the perfect word. We're seeing some here and catalpa blooms that look similar. I love the Spring flowers! Have a fabulous day my friend! Hugs!
howdy girlfriend!! so glad for your visit today! Loved your humorous posts with those WILD KITTIES that live at your house!! Cant even leave the room for a minute can you?? ha ha ha LOL The other critters and the doll are rambunctious as well arent they>> LOL LOL What is catalpa?? Im not sure what that is, dont think I've ever grown it?
Good Morning! Your wisteria is SO beautiful. After looking at mine can you tell me how you prune the bush and when. I live in northern CA and it is supposed to grow over the top of the iron gazebo but very few flowers there. They are all up in the treetops. Beautiful but i would like them to be down lower too. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated..Happy Tuesday..Judy
Hi Judy, so nice to see you coming up on my front porch for a little visit! I WOULD SO LOVE TO HELP YOU but I have no idea on growing or pruning the gorgeous wisteria...the photos I took are not in our yard. Can somebody help Judy out with any info?? Thanks Front Porch Friends!!
We used to have wisteria growing in our yard when we lived out in the country! I do miss it!
So nice to see you on my porch! Maybe you know some tips to help Judy (above) out on growing the wisteria? If so that would be great, thanks! What do you have growing in your yard? We just planted lots of seeds! And my HOLLYHOCKS might bloom this year, which we started from seed, so I am excited! Have you been able to find any sweet potato vine anywhere here local???
Simply gorgeous. A few gardeners try and grow it here but it is only marginally hardy and rarely flowers.
Hi Judith, I enjoyed your last post! So glad for your visit on my porch today!! Hope all is well with you!
It's beautiful! I love to see it too partly because it's just so southern. :)We had wisteria at our last house and I must admit that I swore I'd never plant it again. It came up everywhere!! I'll just enjoy the view that others provide.
Hi Stacey! So glad you came on over to my porch! What are you growing this spring/summer at your house?