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Zajicek’s house and workshop in El Sobrante are covered in wisteria.
Wide gravel paths that wind past wisteria and Japanese anemones make this fabled, three-quarters-of-an-acre lot seem as continuous as a public park.
THE ANGRY POPOVICH FLOAT: Made entirely of strong-smelling wisteria blossoms, this giant glowering visage of the San Antonio Spurs coach will attempt to intimidate viewers along the parade route.
Stay The peaches-and-cream Hotel Splendido, with wisteria trellises on a hillside overlooking the port, evokes the era of the Grand Tour and still can’t be beat.
During our visit, the pergola was draped with fragrant wisteria blossoms.
Irises, lupines, purple wisteria, tulips, dahlias, bluebells, daffodils, hyacinth, pansies, and pink verbena add color to the grounds.
Milan was chaotic but vivacious last week, wooing visitors with sunshine, wisteria and boatloads of Easter candy.
The entire private garden feels straight out of a fairytale, but the main attractions are the two 100-meter wisteria tunnels (the collection includes 150 Wisteria plants from 20 different species).
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