Sunday, June 17, 2007

View from the Pergola End

The view from the end of the Pergola.A heavenly smelling flower with the white dangling Racemes gently moving in the breeze.
It is a solid wooden structure that the Wisteria has clambered all over.It is very vigarous (see the size of the stems,thick and ropey).
It is said to like freshly dug in organic matter, and needs phospahe and potassium.It has nitrogen fixing bacteria on its roots nodes.
I know when I grow it what it should look like!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I love this plant! It is so gorgeous. I am in Northwest suburbs of Chicago, Illinois. Can I grow that?

Amazing shot!