Thursday, 22 October 2015

Wisteria Gone Wild


On our travels, hubby and I came across this forlorn looking gate which clearly hadn't been opened for a while.
 

but it was the Wisteria fence that first caught my attention.
 

Just had to share this with you. and am linking it to Good Fences.
 
Just click on the link to see more fences from around the world.
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40 comments:

bj said...

OOO...isn't this so beautiful. I love gates...I think we all do. And, of course, the beautiful vine is breathtaking....

EG CameraGirl said...

The vine makes this gate as good as locked. ;)) I love wisteria!

Christine said...

It's like something from a fairytale like Sleeping Beauty! The wisteria is a beautiful colour!
Great photos! Thanks for sharing!

Nancy Chan said...

That is a very special fence. Its beautiful!

eileeninmd said...

Hello, the wisteria is gorgeous. Lovely images. Have a happy day!

Karen S. said...

Wow, wild indeed! Lovely.

Bas said...

heel bijzonder maar een beetje uit de hand gelopen denk ik.

Adam said...

very beautiful

Gosia k said...

masterpiece I have never seen before

Ida said...

That gate was pretty cool on it's own but oh man that Wisteria is amazing and so beautiful.

TexWisGirl said...

i just love it! i could almost smell it's sweetness from your photos. :)

Giga said...

Beautiful wisteria decorates the fence and gate. Regards.

Andy said...

That gate picture is awesome!

Jeanne said...

That is beautiful. Nature just takes over if you don't interfere.

Teresa said...

Esta preciosa. Besitos.

Michelle said...

Nothing like Wisteria. So very beautiful!

Spare Parts and Pics said...

Ha, "wisteria gone wild" is the perfect title!! Great photos.

Linda said...

Wow! How gorgeous!!!

Stephanie said...

It is absolutely beautiful! So many blooms. It does take over and glad to see they controlled it somehow.

susan said...

very beautiful

DeniseinVA said...

Wild and wonderful, all very beautiful images.

Nick Morgan said...

That is fantastic! What a beautiful natural fence.

hmuxo said...

"Breathtaking "!! Loving these photos!

carolann said...

Oh that Forlorn gate is pretty and the bushes of Lavender so impressive.

Thanks for sharing on Texgal Good fences.

Debbie said...

mother nature...doing it beautifully, without any help at all!!!!

Mascha said...

I very like wisteria (have one in my garden too): their wonderful scent!
But give tem time let them free... and all other is hiding.
Have a nice weekend

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Forest Dream Weaver said...

Fabulous wisteria......I like the gate too!

Happy weekend!

Ranten said...

Fantastic pictures of the wisteria! Wish it was mine:-))

Bob Bushell said...

That is beautiful, the growth around the gates, it is fantastic.

Hannah said...

The wisteria flowers are so magnificent, and lovely with the cherry blossoms. I am in awe of wisteria myself, we had some planted on our deck by the PO and I realized it was a house eater. It had to go. But it keeps coming back.

NatureFootstep said...

yea, really gone wild. Will not be easy to open the gate :)

Blogoratti said...

Stunning photos indeed.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Oh be still my heart!! Such a wonderful, gorgeous vine of beautiful blossoms. I'm loving this.

Rajesh said...

Beautiful garden with such lovely flowers.

Sharon Wagner said...

Purple power!

Marie C said...

How gorgeous! I've always loved wisteria, but I know they are terribly invasive!

Helma said...

Pity that port. Nature takes him in his growth :-) Purple rain is really wonderful to see.

bettyl-NZ said...

Lovely shots all!

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