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Each year after this, the wisteria will require hard pruning to remain manageable.
In high summer, a heavy fringe of wisteria overhangs the restaurant’s front porch.
Try ivy, which spreads quickly; Virginia creeper; or wisteria.
Keep in mind that the seeds and fuzzy seed pods of wisteria are toxic.
The wisteria and vines were so thick that clumps were attached to the backs of cars and pried from the trees.
Sometimes people complain that their wisteria is not blooming.
The restaurant is just as magical in warmer weather: When temperatures rise, the igloos are replaced by timber cabanas, adorned in wisteria and roses and filled with cushioned sofas and wicker furniture.
Zajicek’s house and workshop in El Sobrante are covered in wisteria.
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First Known Use: 1842See Words from the same year
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