My wisteria, it’s finally come to life with blooms! And in my garden!
My school was tucked in a neighborhood of wealth and mansions. In front of one of the homes was a heavy duty trellis that housed a wisteria vine. Parts of it was six to eight inches around. It was a piece of art. It had some age to it and the blooms no longer came. But it had claimed that trellis as it’s own.
The owner clearly held it in some regard because there was a plaque identifying it as a wisteria vine. I have been facinated by it ever since. So I planted my own a few years ago, and it still lives !
OUT AND ABOUT IN CLINTON HILLS TODAY THESE ARE SOME OF THE PHOTOS
I love this house, I look at it so much each time I go by, it sends me to so other place
Loving this roof
Wonder what room that cone shaped area.
This is a trellis next door to my favorite house on this street it’s a wisteria vine, when the flowers come it is amazing
This is the corner
This is the house that goes with that trellis. It’s a mansion the now houses a college president. Completed in 1898. Owned by Frederic Pratt, son of Charles Pratt Standard Oil Magnate. That family founded Pratt Institute a college in the area.