Wisteria at Night

The wisteria in my garden is in full flower. It climbs across the pergola, with long, pale-lilac racemes reaching down to gently touch my face with delicate, purse-like flowers. As the air around them moves, like dancers the racemes drift together in slow-motion, first one way and then another.
My wisteria is beautiful during the day, but at night, when I stand and behold the muted colours and drink in the faint perfume that hangs in the air, it is truly glorious.

Wisteria at night

Wisteria at night

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4 thoughts on “Wisteria at Night

    • Thank you Sue. I remember you walking through the wisteria covered trellis at St Peter’s Church, Boughton Monchelsea, Kent many years ago! 🙂

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