Wisteria bonanza!

Wisteria bonanza!

My late grandmother had a lovely native wisteria vine. The natives aren't as aggressive as the Asian ones, and, unlike the Asian cultivars, bloom after leafing out. Anyway, I went to the old homeplace to try to get a bit of the old vine to propagate a new one and discovered the lot was covered with dozens of baby wisteria vines. My friend Duck keeps the place bushhogged for me. I belive that he must have caught a piece of vine with mature seed pods in the mower and scattered the seeds over a large area, resulting in plenty of new plants this year. I wanted some for bonsai, and some friends wanted one to train on a wall, so I'm happy.
i definately dont heart my room.

i definately dont heart my room.

Our First Cantaloupe

Our First Cantaloupe

ikea “hits”

ikea “hits”

Back to the community garden

Back to the community garden

What are they?

What are they?

Plant I.D. help

Plant I.D. help